From the way people talk, you wouldn't know that yellow is a primary color. Hell, you would barely know it was there at all. Are you a red person or a blue person? What if there was another option? I present as evidence, the yellow carrot. It's bold, beautiful, strange, and yet we only see these things because we have defined ourselves in a red-blue paradigm, and to this simple root vegetable, it is we who are bold, beautiful and strange--especially in our ignorance of the yellow carrot. Wise up, lads and lassies. There is more to this peculiar world. More to the white light that strikes your iris.
- Yellow carrots
- Yellow peppers
- Mixed greens, preferably with a good amount of arugula (and if you go completely arugula, I won't say no)
- Olive oil and balsamic vinegar. There's wiggle room (there is always wiggle room). Balsamic is the obvious choice, but apple cider vinegar would be very much its own thing. Like balsamic is Ziggy Stardust and apple cider is Diamond Dogs (or Low, if you prefer, but I feel Diamond Dogs is the better analog in this case)
- Cumin/curry powder, salt, thyme if you have it, just eat if you don't.