What food makes you feel happy?

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What food makes you feel happy?

Postby Claire'scomfycorner » Thu Jul 16, 2015 5:39 pm

I LOVE food - perhaps too much but some food just makes me feel happy. Sun-dried tomato pesto is one of my favourites - it reminds me of summer and tasty food eaten on the patio.

I've written a recipe for my blog here:
http://clairescomfycorner.com/2015/07/1 ... ato-pesto/

What food makes you feel happy?

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Re: What food makes you feel happy?

Postby bandj » Fri Jul 17, 2015 12:53 pm

Hello Claire,

for me it's homemade leek and potato soup with a chunk of oaty bread - I find it very comforting!

If I'm down, it's got to be anything with chocolate! :lol:

for a reviver I like Earl Grey with lemon, served in a china teapot and cup. Metal teapots affect the taste for me.

There's a cafe in Truro where they use local free range eggs so their omlettes and scrambled eggs are just divine!

I'd better stop....I'm getting hungry!! Love the sound of your pesto, very summery!
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Re: What food makes you feel happy?

Postby Patsb » Fri Jul 17, 2015 2:44 pm

Roast lamb and all the trimmings
Strawberries and fresh cream :clap:
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Re: What food makes you feel happy?

Postby galio » Sat Jul 18, 2015 9:42 pm

chocolate champaign cheese (do you see a pattern there lol ) but of course cant afford champagne so its usually a nice cava or prosecco with strawberries in it lol , none of which are helping me with my weight loss targets, but hey ho hopefully it will start working if we get some dry weather so i can get out a walk again, will have to start back at square one and do short walks again.
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