Yogurt with flaxseed meal, honey, a white peach, and a whole wheat peanut butter cookie from the Bread Basket table at the Public Market. I dunked chunks of the latter two into the yogurt. *shrug* I often torture my food so diabolically. *cue Vincent Price laugh from the end of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video.
Flaxseed--great for Omega 3 fatty acids, which help lower total cholesterol and LDL (bad) cholesterol. It may also help lower blood pressure and triglyceride. Some studies show it helps prevent your platelets from sticking. Flaxseed also contains lingan, which may play a role in helping prevent cancer. Mix it in yogurt, and it gives the yogurt a fuller, more substantial texture. I call it dessert! Honey, while woefully high in calories, helps increase antioxidant levels. All this nutrition info is really just a ploy to make me feel better about the big, delicious, partly crispy, partly chewy, moist cookie. Whole wheat, dangit!
Dinner at my desk
Modified (and by "modified," I mean improvised) mapo tofu with brown rice.
Dessert by post
Books came in the mail yesterday! I'm currently reading The Cook's Canon: 101 Classic Recipes Everyone Should Know by Raymond Sokolov, but that's an at-home book, so one of the new books will be an on-the-go and down-time-at-the-office book.