A scone and a pear. I realize the scones look like muffins . . . I dropped them into my silicone muffin pan so I wouldn't have to switch multiple cookie sheets in and out of the oven. Funny shape, but still tasty!
Kale and mushrooms, squash (with maple syrup and Earth Balance,) and tofu sloppy joes (from Moosewood Restaurant New Classics,) on a part-wholegrain bun, topped with coleslaw.
More pudding. Still just as tasty as yesterday, but strangely, more dense.
Courtney and I went for a 90 minute walk this afternoon, and I'm guessing it was at least 3 1/2 miles, maybe more. Even though it was cold out, I was glad to be outside enjoying the sunshine!
I was really hungry when I got home from my walk, so I made an apple with peanut butter. About five minutes after I finished eating it, I realized there was no way that alone was going to hold me until I finished cooking dinner, so . . .
Cashews and dates.
I made a recipe for Harira from Cooking Light, some 100% whole-wheat bread from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, and a side salad topped with leftover eggplant pickles. The soup was pretty good but it needs . . . something. (Even after I topped it with a little drizzle of olive oil.) Maybe some spice? Maybe I'll pick up some harissa to add to the leftovers!
Green & Black's organic dark chocolate.