After showering and all of that good stuff, I cooked up these delightful 365 Butternut Squash Ravioli (YUMMM!), topped them with a dab of butter and steamed some broccoli to go alongside! I love me some steamed broccoli! :D
Then Alexa and I headed off to see FOOD INC.
This is a great movie that was well researched and all. However, I
don't really think I learned anything new. Yes, we should buy locally and
organically because when we slide something over the scanner at the supermarket,
we are making a vote. However, as they say in the movie, it's not really
plausible (money-wise) for everyone to do that. In the movie they say that we
need to start "demanding wholesome food and they will deliver". I couldn't agree
more, but I think in the end.....the people who go to see this movie are going
to be foodies who already know what the movie is talking about and the people
who should go see the movie...won't. I think it would be awesome if they
incorporated the movie into classes in middle/high school, though!
The Real Highlight of the film was when the lady in front of us fell asleep about half way through and SNORED through the whole second half of the movie! haha!
When I got home, I had about 30 minutes to eat something quick and head off to work. I piled the other half of my banana from breakfast (frozen) & some Stonyfield FF Vanilla yogurt (with a few choc chips) into a cute glass and had some grapes, a peach and Penny's Low Fat Desserts Peanut Butter Cookie perched upon my oblong blue plate.
It was quite the spread. Penny's Low Fat Desserts Peanut Butter Cookie:
This is one of my favorites. It is creamy and while the peanut butter is not bursting at the seams, it is also not subtle. It's like the perfect amount of creaminess ...and when the cookie pops straight out of the oven and into your mouth, it tastes more like gooey PB Cookie DOUGH (HELLO!). Like all of the other delicious Penny's Creations....this was dense, soft and big! :D
I also stuck my hand into some Triscuit Thin Crack..err Crisps a couple of times...
Work went by quickly and I ended up spending some of my tips on some FroYO! It was enough to make two cones...and two cones it was!