When I take walks for my Walk Brighton Project, I see hearts and rainbows on doors, windows, and garages. During this time of a global pandemic, people around the world are making hearts and rainbows out of paper and attaching them to their homes. After the storm comes a rainbow. I enjoy looking for them as I get some exercise and fresh air. They inspired this meal I made for myself. Searching for rainbows in my town is one of the many small things that makes this time of social distancing enjoyable.
Left Side: Hearts – zucchini cut with a cookie cutter, Rainbow – Cheddar freehand cut with knife, painted food coloring mixed with a little water, brown rice
Top Right: Rainbow – Apple freehand cut with a knife, painted food coloring mixed with a little water, raspberries
Bottom Right: Hearts – carrots cut with a cookie cutter, celery with hummus
Below are only a sampling of the hearts and many rainbows I see around town during my walks.
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