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Five Can’t-Miss
Comfort Foods in Tucson

Five stick-to-your-ribs meals that will warm your heart.

August 21, 2017

Can't Miss Meals

Mac and Cheese at Feast

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Topped with bread crumbs, this classic comes spiked with ground mustard making it a mac & cheese that bites back. Feast menu items change with the season; ask for your favorites. Price varies. 3719 E Speedway Blvd.

No. 15 at Lerua’s Fine Mexican Foods

Image credit: Liora K.

Nothing says simple comfort like this classic combination. Calabazitas, green corn tamale, beans, and tortilla come together in delicious harmony. $10.95. 2005 E. Broadway Blvd.

Pierogi at Polish Cottage

Pierogi by Polish Cottage.

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Traditional homemade dumplings filled with beef, potatoes and cheese, sauerkraut and mushrooms, or sweet farmer’s cheese. Classic comfort, wrapped to order. Six for $7.55. 4520 E. Broadway Blvd.

New Mexico Style Hatch Green Chile Enchiladas from Poco y Mom’s

Image credit: Isadora Lassance

A spice you won’t soon forget. Served flat, these enchiladas come layered with cheese, corn tortillas, and Poco and Mom’s signature fresh—and spicy—Hatch green chile enchilada sauce. $9.99 for cheese; $10.99 with meat. 1060 S. Kolb Rd.

BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich from Mr. Cookman’s Soul Food Truck

Image credit: Shelby Thompson

Mr. Cookman says it himself: “Low and slow, the only way to go.” This classic pulled pork sandwich will leave your hair smelling smokey and your stomach satisfied. $5. Visit Facebook.com/MrCookmans for their location.







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