Food & Drink Infographics
The Tailgating Institute’s first ever research study analyzed the habits of over 20,000 tailgating individuals across 25 large American cities. They concluded that the standard tailgator is a college-educated 35-44 year old male. They spend on average of $500 annually on tailgating food and drinks, and begin the party 3-4 hours prior to kickoff! The following infographic created by PartsGeek.com is a collection of NFL-inspired cocktail recipes.read more
Did you know that there are approx. 49 million bubbles in a bottle of champagne? No, well continue to read on to find a heap of other fun facts about Alcohol in an infographic designed by ADTBreathalysers.read more
Although the tradition of trick or treating truly emerged in the 1920s, some of our favorite candies originated long before. This timeline infographic from CostumeCraze.com showcases 50 different candies over a 100 year period. Which candies are your favorite?read more
The Munich Oktoberfest closed its 184° edition with more than 6 million visitors throughout the 18 days of celebration. With 7.5 millions litres of beer it’s not hard to imagine that people might lose something while having fun in the tents, but could you believe that it’s possible to lose (or forget) a garden gnome? Or a cat carrier? What about a blood-pressure meter?read more
Knowing the difference between poisonous and edible berries isn’t as easy as you might think. Many common edible berries have poisonous dopplegangers that can be easily confused if you’re not an expert. In this infographic by AlansFactoryOutlet.com, learn all about deadly berries and the edible foods they resemble.read more
When you think of healthy foods, you’re probably thinking about broccoli or avocado. And if you’re watching your diet, you’ve probably had enough of those already, right?
Well, this is your lucky day. Here before you are 12 most unusual and most healthy foods you didn’t know of before.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away. If that is true, just imagine what 37 different apples can do! This infographic shows 37 different kinds of apples, grown in different part of the United States and other countries as well, with their basic flavor profiles (such as sweetness, firmness, tartness, as well as the main or the most popular purposes of growing them).read more
No one likes bland food. Because of this, cultures around the world have been perfecting the art of spice blends for thousands of years. This goes far beyond simply adding salt to your potatoes, too! These spice blends range from the sweet and tangy to overpoweringly spicy. This infographic features 15 spice mixtures from around the world and features a popular dish they are used in.read more
Which is better, bacon or jerky? Find out who emerges the victor in this fun infographic from Cabelas.com which pits two delicious meats against each other to determine who holds the honor of being named the king of processed meat.read more
American stereotypes regarding foreign foods are often way off base. Many Americans believe Pizza to be a popular Italian food, however pizza doesn’t even crack the top five foods that Italians actually consume. To get a pulse on what Americans know about foreign cuisine, Home Run Inn Pizza to surveyed 1,000 Americans to find out the type of food they associate with 25 different countries around the world.read more
Delicate and delicious, the humble burrito has taken the world by storm over the past decade. Foodies around the globe are delighting in a variety of burros with a number of origins ranging from Mexico to California, as popularity of the favorite continues to soar. In this infographic, Fairmont Hotels and Resorts explores common variations, local specialties and the tales behind the creations.read more
Americans have an increasing interest in where their food comes from. After researching the top 20 most popular food options in the United States, Pots Planters & More has created an infographic that identifies the top food sources for some of our most favorite meals. They looked at which U.S. state or foreign country is the most likely source of each ingredient in the food.read more
Alcohol consumption is a popular pastime in the United States. Craft beer, artisanal wines, and distilled spirits allow a myriad of choices for everyone. But do you know how much the average person drinks? The average American drinks about 2.3 gallons of pure ethanol per year. State by state, this average varies widely.read more
This infographic from Reize shows how much money people spend on energy drinks over the course of a week, a year and 10 years; along with what they could buy with the amount of money they spent over that time period. It also shows how energy drink popularity has been steadily increasing.read more