You've likely seen grain bowls in your favorite magazines, food blogs, and on trendy restaurant menus. They always look beautiful and taste so composed and interesting — the exact opposite of how they can come across in real life. So how do they do it? How is it that a dish that's lauded for its supposed simplicity can seem so tough to pull off in reality?
Grain bowls are a big part of my diet, but like anything, it's really easy to fall into a rut. And in this season of shorter, darker days I find that food needs to step up to the plate and remain interesting, colorful, and flavorful. So here are a few tips for making grain bowls at home that are just as photogenic as the ones you're seeing in magazines and just as delicious as the ones from the café down the street.
10 Ways to Make a Better Grain Bowl — Tips from The Kitchn