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From macaroni cheese to rhubarb crumble: the ultimate posh comfort foods

Comfort food is the best. OK, so it might not be particularly healthy but the important thing about it is that it does just that: comfort us. 

Whether that's helping to heal a broken heart, offer sustenance after a tough day at work, or perhaps just warming you from the cold outside, delicious meals are there to help us feel better. 

We asked around the office about which dishes they loved the most and from there we set about scouring the internet for the ultimate comfort food recipes. 

Warning: this might make you eat your screen.

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