Monday's special

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:47 AM in ,
As long as there's pasta and Chinese food in the world, I'm okay.
by Michael Chang

Also, with men, there's a preference toward comfort food that's a little more healthy, like meat, pasta and potatoes. Women choose things like chips, cookies, chocolate and cake.
by Brian Wansink - Is it true? I wonder!

I'm crazy about westerns. I need to do a western once in a while. It's like you know, eating bread, eating pasta, drinking wine. It's in my blood. I need it.
by Franco Nero

Life is too short, and I'm Italian. I'd much rather eat pasta and drink wine than be a size 0.
by Sophia Bush



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I love all kinds of pasta, but don't eat it often. I love the quotes, especially what women like to eat. I read somewhere there is a physical reason men prefer salty food and women prefer sweet.

I love the quotes and am really hoping these were set up ahead of your holiday! I keep thinking of you resting and enjoying the beaches and am so happy for you and Peter!

Anonymous says:

Great quotes Claudia!
Hope you're having a fab holiday!

@Luma - thank you for your kind words!
@Belle - well pasta is super delicious and I can't say no :)
@Sush - you got me :) and yes we had a great time!
@Eva - :)

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