I'm not alone in my attachment to specific foods for certain moods. Studies suggest that when we're sick, tired, sad, or stressed, we often eat in aims of feeling better. And given this year's political climate, some of us may be experiencing an extra strong hankering for a greasy slice of pepperoni pizza or fresh buttercream frosting. A Market Watch survey of food businesses on election night showed spikes in cupcakes, wine, pizza, and other junk food orders.
On a recent episode of our food politics podcast, Bite, we asked listeners to tell us what dishes they're turning to under the Trump administration.