Category: Food & Drink Infographics
Herb growing can be a tricky business, and many people really aren’t sure how to go about it. Fortunately, this handy herb growing infographic from Good to be Home tells you all you need to know for most of the well known herbs you can grow at home [Click here for full size version]
This lovely and refreshing guide by MJJSales.com provides gardeners and DIY enthusiasts some basic information on how to can, what to can, and why to can. It also provides two basic recipes, courtesy of Ball mason jars, for hopeful canners to try.
In this infographic, Gourmet Food Garden lays out a history of bacon – from its modest roots to the glory and unprecedented demand it enjoys today.
One of the most heated debates in the wine industry is on which is the best closure type. In order to find out more on this discussion, Wine Turtle surveyed 114 wine buyers in the US to determine where this preference on the natural cork comes from, and what drives the adversity to the screw cap.
Eat these foods to melt belly fat and avoid your mid-portion from popping out. These super-foods listed in this infographic from Fitness Republic will get you well on your way to enjoying a bikini body.
While fruits and veggies are always a good place to start, the folks at Fitness Republic sneaked a peep in other aisles of the supermarket that can help you whittle your middle.
Cooking vegetarian food can be a challenge, especially if you don’t experiment with different recipes. Luckily, there is a way you can add more flavor and color to your everyday dishes. Check out this herb guide to cooking vegetarian in this great infographic and enjoy new tastes in your kitchen.
Cooking is supposed to be fun and this infographic is the ultimate guide to slow cookers to help us get back there. Using just a crockpot you can become a master chef while saving money, having fun and cleaning less.
Have you ever wondered what are the differences between supplements and whole foods in terms of health benefits? This infographic looks at the differences between the two and offers an insight into the food equivalents of certain supplements such as iron, zinc and more. It also provides helpful information on taking supplements.
In the American economy, food production represents a significant chunk. In 2011, pork sales alone accounted for $97 billion and contributed $34.5 billion to the U.S. Gross National Product. To protect the products from this valuable industry, food handlers use environmental controls that regulate humidity. Humidity is important at all phases, from livestock comfort and productivity to safe processing to effective warehousing. Too much humidity can cause livestock discomfort, promote food borne illness, and cause food to lose shelf life and quality.
This infographic provides an interesting insight into some of the most popular cuisines in the world, from French food to Mexican food and more. Find out what are the key cooking ingredients of each, the most popular dishes and the top cooking techniques.
From an relatively unknown destination to now one of the most visited cities in Europe, Prague attracts over 4 millions tourists per year. The city centre offers stunning architectural forms from Romanesque, Gothic, Baraqoue, Renaissance to Art Nouveau. However, one must not forget the real national treasure of the locals….BEER!
The Craft beer industry in Ireland has taken off and has in size since 2011. In the last quarter of 2014, sales in the industry were on course for more than €15 million. From home brewing to professional micro-breweries, this infographic celebrates Irish beer, and outlines some of the finest Irish beers on the market today.
This simple, lush visual traverses the world and gathers the ingredients and processes to brew 46 different types of alcohol. It also includes some non-alcoholic drinks such as dark tea (kombucha) that are created through fermentation, just as many spirits are.