Trend Hunter was recently cited in the Globe and Mail for a piece on rainbow-colored food. The article, which appears in the Globe Life section of Wednesday's Globe and Mail Update, discusses the phenomenon of multi-hued pancakes.
Here is an excerpt of the Globe and Mail piece. You can read the rest here:
Amanda Rettke’s rainbow pancakes were meant to be a simple weekend breakfast treat for her three young children. But within days of posting photos of her creation online, the vibrant, multicoloured flapjacks became an Internet hit.
Photos of the syrup-drenched stack of pancakes, individually food-dyed red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple, have reappeared on countless websites, including Trendhunter, The Insider and SlashFood.
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- By: Marissa BrassfieldJun 3, 2010