If art throughout the ages is any indication, few things are
as visually stunning as the intensity of color present in nature.
In Eating in Color, registered dietitian and bestselling
author Frances Largeman-Roth offers home cooks an easy, fun plan
for utilizing the color spectrum to bring more vividly hued food to
the table. From deep green kale to vermilion beets, Eating in
Color showcases vibrant, delicious foods that have been shown
to reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke, some cancers,
diabetes, and obesity. Avocados, tomatoes, farro, blueberries, and
more shine in stunning photographs of 90 color-coded,
family-friendly recipes, ranging from Caramelized Red Onion and Fig
Pizza to Cran-Apple Tarte Tatin. Clear preparation instructions and
nutritional information make this an essential resource for eating
well while eating healthy.