You’ve had a bad day. Your boss was a jerk and you were yelled at by an irate customer. Back at home, you feel lonely and down in the dumps. You’re hungry, or maybe not so much, but all you can think about is one thing—(insert your favorite comfort food here). Turns out the dishes we turn to in times of trouble are linked to the positive relationships we had with the person who first cooked them, a new study from the University of Buffalo finds.
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