Restaurateurs may subtly be able to change diners’ moods by varying the menu, according to new research in America. Psychotherapist Cynthia Power believes angry people prefer food like meat which they can chomp and chew. Those who are depressed go for the stimulation of sugary food or caffeine. Lonely people prefer rice or pasta, while the sexually-frustrated go for bread. The Sunday Times 16/10/05 page 8