my perrsonal advice is to use the compost. It will breakdown into rich, humusy soil.
If you can get your hands on some Rock phosphate, sprinkle that over the compost as you add each bag.
Also, if there are any fallen leaves (except Walnut (Juglone, inhibits most plants and Oak if you want to grow grasses, like corn.) rake them up and layer them before you add your compost.
Once you have plants in your garden, you could try some blood meal as an organic fertilzer (which is a green), I like Kelp Meal (also a green) and you can dig trenches and put your kitchen wastes in the area with shredded newspaper or leaves (better).
The Jury is now out on some advice that I have been giving for years, whether or not colour inks contain dioxins, I am not sure that they do. According to one of our members, burnt paper contains dioxins (which are harmful to plants). I have collected about half a dozen papers that I am currently synthezing that will answer the question and if I remember I will let you know if colour articles are bad for composting.
For now, just stick to using black and white newspaper articles.