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Cooking in Color: Vibrant Plant-Forward Recipes from the Food Gays


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ISBN: 1423648803 | 2018 | EPUB | 272 Pages | 45 MB

Fresh, plant-forward recipes, plus colorful photography with camera and styling tips for enviable food photos.

Today's food is about much more than nutrition-it's about presentation. The Food Gays, Adrian and Jeremy, have found growing popularity on social media by sharing not only wholesome, delicious recipes, but also rich, colorful food styling and photography.

Their food isn't all vegetarian, but they appreciate the versatility and beauty of fresh produce and incorporate the brilliance of its color into all their dishes with garden-fresh herbs, crisp vegetables, and vivid fruits. These recipes and photography tips inspire the reader to cherish the cooking process and treat mealtime as a moment to reflect and connect with the world around them.

Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett are the two guys behind The Food Gays, a food, travel, and lifestyle blog that features original, bright, and colorful recipes you'll want to eat with your eyes first. What began as a hobby has transformed into a career-with Jeremy completing a Baking and Pastry Arts diploma, and Adrian honing in on his passion for cooking, food styling, and photography. They have worked with brands such as Cuisinart, Whole Foods Market, and Happy Planet. They are freelance online contributors for Food & Wine and Martha Stewart Living and contributing editors for FeedFeed.
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