Most people have been to fine restaurants, where the food is carefully arranged on the plate to create eye appeal and make it more appetizing. Invariably, that visual appeal includes a garnish of some type, whether it’s a sprig of mint or a swirl of sauce. So take a page from the restaurant business and add more visual appeal to the food you serve to the people in your dining room by adding garnishes. We’re not talking about a wizzled-up sprig of parsley or a wilted leaf of kale; we’re talking simple, colorful additions to the plate that are contrasting in shape, fresh, crisp, economical and available. Here are some wonderful ideas for adding a touch of flair and eye appeal to your diners’ meals.