eating rainbow

[Eating Rainbow | Green | no. 4 Arugula] For a very long time, we refused to eat pesto because we hated the flavor and fragrance and everything that had to do with basil. Yes, basil, the beloved herb of millions of people from the sun-drenched hillsides of southern Italy to the verdant tropics of Thailand. […]

by Sarah J. Gim on May 3, 2011 · 7 comments

[Eating Rainbow | Green | no. 3 Kale] There’s thing that one should never do when blogging because it’ll completely kill your flow before it even gets started. It’s something we have learned over the course of our many years of blogging, both from listening to experts and from, sadly, experiencing it ourselves. We know […]

by Sarah J. Gim on May 2, 2011 · 2 comments

[Eating Rainbow | Green | no. 2 Avocado] We doubt we’ll make this one ever again. At least, not for another six months, or as long as it takes to burn off the 4,000 calories in that glass that we consumed in less than 42 seconds because it was so incredibly incredibly ohmygosh (!!!) incredibly […]

by Sarah J. Gim on May 1, 2011 · 12 comments

[Eating Rainbow | Yellow | no. 7 Eggs] Of all the foods that are yellow, perhaps the healthiest, cleanest, nutrition-est (huh?) is… …the banana. It is called the World’s Perfect Food or something, isn’t it? But we hate bananas, so we’re not posting about them. Instead, we’re going to submit that the best yellow-colored food […]

by Sarah J. Gim on April 13, 2011 · 3 comments

[Eating Rainbow | Yellow | no. 6 Grapefruit] We were perfectly happy sliding down our colorful little Eating Rainbow. But then we got buried under what may as well have been three tons of powdered sugar. Don’t get us wrong. We have been loving all the attention and love and well, huge growth in the […]

by Sarah J. Gim on April 13, 2011 · 1 comment

[Eating Rainbow | Green | no. 1 Brussels Sprouts] Brussels sprouts are the embarrassment of the vegetable kingdom.

by diana on March 27, 2011 · 0 comments

[Eating Rainbow | Yellow | Yellow Lentils] This recipe for Yellow Lentils with Ginger and Garlic comes from a book that we can’t seem to remove from our very own grip, 660 Curries by Raghavan Iyer. We love the book — it’s huge and heavy with hundreds of recipes for deeply spiced, soulfully flavored curries […]

by Sarah J. Gim on March 24, 2011 · 186 comments