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Old 03-04-2005, 10:01 AM   #61
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Old 03-05-2005, 03:32 AM   #65
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apparently just four pieces of chocolate will raise your happyness by 52%



...I was watching a programme on the top 10 British comfort foods. yes, chocolate was number 1.
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That's quite cool. I manage a luxury choccy shop... orders are welcome.
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My number #1 comfort food: mashed potatos
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Old 03-05-2005, 07:39 PM   #69
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BBC poll - top 10 comfort foods

#01 Chocolate
#02 Cup of tea
#03 Toast
#04 Ice cream
#05 Sausage, egg, chips and beans (the fry up)
#06 Sausages and mashed potato (bangers and mash)
#07 Soup
#08 Fruit crumble
#09 Sponge pudding
#10 Rice pudding

i'll go with all of the above although my sausages would have to be veggy these days.
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In a 1999 research paper, a number of learned writers sought to describe and compare various attitudes toward food. Subjects from France, Japan, Britain and America were given several foodstuffs and required to give their immediate associations. To "chocolate cake" Americans responded with "guilt"; The French countered with "celebration." (Just as to the word "cream," the Americans came out with "unhealthy" and the joyful French, "whipped.") In this context, I must declare myself allied with the French. If chocolate cake is an indulgence, please don't consider it a sinful one: It is a confection to exult in, not to regret.

This isn't about gluttony or wanton wallowing in excess. And, not least, I suspect more chocolate cake is consumed per capita in the US than in la belle France. Attitudes toward food are not just signs of psychological difference, but have enormous bearing on physical health. Of all the countries represented in the study it was mainly Americans who suggested that food consumption was a cause for worry and concern, whereas the French indicated that eating was primarily a source of pleasure. And it's the French who are considered the healthier of the two nations.

The lesson to be learned is that how we eat and what we eat has an impact on our health, ourselves, our lives..... A feast is not just a license to eat, but an invitation to celebrate life, and what it is to be truly alive.

~ from Nigella Lawson's new cookbook, Feast.
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Nigella Lawson.....mmmmmm


and for those who don't know her, here she is.....





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another Nigella picture, this time of her hands. This one brings tears to my eyes for some reason....





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okay, it's International Women's Day apparently.....


so this is a good excuse for you girls to ignore your diet for the day.
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I'm having leftover Chinese food for lunch.
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