Scoop out the center, and level the curve of the pear, before placing it on foil in a baking vessel of your choice. In total: 1 and 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla, 1 and 1/2 teaspoons of brown sugar, generous dousing of cinnamon. 400 degrees, twenty minutes.
A little later in the morning, this workout from Peanut Butter Fingers. I love all of her circuit workouts. Remy loves to attack my face while I'm doing push-ups or plank. (In case you're curious: I used five pound weights for the lifting segments.)
Lunch was Sarah inspired as I was thinking Unfried Rice. It was kind of that, but using what I had around:
Tofu (seasoned with Turmeric and white miso), all parts of a green onion, steamed brussel sprouts, and brown rice tossed in a little Shoyu and chopped garlic.
I volunteered to help at an event for work, so I was there for about four hours. Seven hours after lunch, too hungry to cook, thus I heated leftover chili for dinner. Served with crackers.
I imagine I'll end the evening with a big mug of hot tea. Are you able to eat cold meals when it's cold outside? I seem unable to make it happen. Have a great night!