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Yeah, that's right—there's more than just potatoes at the farmers market right now (yeah, that's also right: There's a good chance your market is still boogying in the winter.)
In our weekend shopping, we found all these purple (and purple adjacent) foods: beets, carrots, rutabaga, kohlrabi, radishes, turnips, Swiss chard, kale, cabbage, radicchio, red onions, shallots, blood oranges, pomegranates, purple potatoes, and purple yams.
Here's how to eat the rainbow's deepest, most vibrant color all winter long:
Roots, so many roots
Blue potatoes, purple yams, beets, purple carrots, rutabaga, kohlrabi, radishes, and turnips.
Swiss chard, red kale, cabbage, and radicchio.
Blood oranges and pomegranates.
Red onions and shallots.
Go all-out purple
To keep this purple parade going, here are the cutting boards, platters, and pans to make it all happen.