Category: Food & Drink Infographics
The holiday season is upon us and so are the irresistible, adorable, and delicious Christmas cookies. You think you have it rough, think about poor Santa! He comes face to face with a plate of cookies every time he shimmies down a chimney. Pretty soon, Santa might not fit in those chimneys. This infographic looks at counting Christmas cookie calories with Santa.
Have you ever wondered why there are different kinds of wine glasses? This infographic from Wine Coolers Reviews will illuminate the reason for different sizes and differently shaped wine glasses and help you smell the rich aroma of the right kind of wine enjoyed out of the right kind of glass for that wine.
One of the most effective ways to lose weight is to cut your calorie intake by at least 500 a day. That should produce one pound a week in weight loss, which is considered healthy. This infographic by Get Slimmer Guide shows 20 healthy food swaps to cut calories.
Blossoms and chocolate are a delightful and traditional way to deliver magic to that special someone’s day. Cocoa is treasured and utilized all over the world – each country contributes their own unique, cultural flair to each recipe. For example, Japan infuses their chocolate with matcha powder while Sweden encases marzipan in buttery cocao.
How many of the 200,000,000 Starbucks pumpkin spice lattes sold in the last 11 years did you purchase? Good old pumpkin pie filling still dominates market share, with $135 million in 2014 sales. But other innovative products are gaining ground, with dog food sitting in a surprising sixth place.
Chili peppers are enjoyed worldwide to add spice and flavor to your food. There are many different varieties that vary in spiciness and taste. As a general guide, the smaller the pepper, the spicier it will be. The following infographic from Appliance City is all about the world’s hottest chili peppers.
Take your taste buds on an exciting and unique trip to sunny Mexico. Avocado tastes great on sandwiches, but you might not know that it tastes delicious in cakes, cookies, and mousse too! It’s a healthy and effective vegan substitute that you can use for taste and texture in all kinds of recipes.
When traveling you get a chance to meet different countries and cultures. In most of these countries locals will have some customs you are unfamiliar with. Discover some curious table customs from around the world with the help of this interesting infographic.
With so many food apps on the market today, it can be hard to figure out which ones are actually worth downloading and which are not. To find out some of these much-loved food apps, check out this infographic from Evoke.ie.
The craft beer industry is quickly becoming more popular than any other alcohol segment. A typical craft brewer produces less than 2 million barrels annually, and does so in an independent, traditional fashion. From grains to growlers, this infographic takes a look at the craft beer industry supply chain.
Don’t you hate when you find yourself at a party, with a bottle of beer, but without a bottle opener? Well, now you’ll never have to deal with these problems again. In this interesting infographic you’ll find beer hacks that everybody should know.
We all know that drinking wine can make you happy, but what else is it good for? Scientists are now discovering various health benefits of drinking wine. Find out everything about that in this interesting infographic from the folks at Serenata Flowers.
It is the first act of the day – a cup of coffee! However you may like it, many folks cannot do without this energizing beverage. In this infographic discover how coffee is connected to a Bach cantana, fossil fuel and even elephant dung. These and many other facts about coffee below.
In a natural disaster or any other emergency situation, getting adequate nutrition and hydration are two of your main concerns. However, it can be difficult to prepare a collection of items that will cover you in this type of event. Use Wise Food Company’s infographic as a guide to help you put together this essential household staple.