Category: Food & Drink Infographics
Do you love baking a cake or fresh bread? With season 6 coming up later this year, BingoFind has crunched the numbers to showcase how The Great British Bake Off has become one of the most popular TV shows in the UK.
This infographic highlights some really interesting information about various types of cooking oils. It also gives some tips on how to store different type of cooking oils, their classification as well as their benefits.
Ever wanted to try some real Mexican food? No, not that fast food stuff – we mean REAL Mexican cuisine. Take a look at all the spicy, sweet, and smooth foods on this infographic. The ingredients are presented in a visual style so that you can quickly and easily identify the components of each dish.
Food wastage is a huge problem around the world, and it’s estimated that 30-50% of all food produced is wasted. This infographic highlights just how much of a problem it is and looks at some of the ways we can do our bit to combat the problem.
There’s no denying it, airline food has a bad rep. So the folks at Lightspeed POS went on a short jaunt through time to discover what it used to be, and what it has become today – for better or for worse. How did an olive save thousands of dollars? What constitutes a normal meal in space? Does food actually taste differently in the air? Find out in the following infographic.
Renovating your kitchen is no easy task and ensuring you choose the right kitchen appliances for your family’s needs is imperative to creating the perfect kitchen space. To help you with your kitchen renovation, Britannia has put together a guide to help you pick the right range cooker for your home.
Understand the anatomy, elements, styles, and pairings for making sure you’re choosing and utilizing your meat smoker to the best of your abilities with the help of this infographic created by hayneedle.com.
This chef infographic from ChefHelp handily explains the stages each chef’s vital role plays in the kitchen, from an entry level Commis chef to the executive chef.
A visit to Spain is not complete without trying Spanish cheese and the local delicacies known as Montaditos and Pintxos. Eatapas.co.uk celebrates these culinary delights with an infographic that features 12 different recipes.
Did you know that coffee is a fruit? Although consumed as a beverage worldwide, coffee is not prepared and drank in the same way across the globe. For example, while Italians drink their espresso quickly like a shot, coffee drinking in Ethiopia is a ritual that usually takes at least an hour. This infographic will help you to learn how to drink your coffee like a local in 8 different countries.
On average, if coffee is not readily available in the office, employees will take one 15 minute break to go get coffee off-site. These breaks can add up quickly, and Canteen has run the numbers and included them in the following infographic along with potential benefits to employee efficiency and morale that can be gained by offering coffee in the office.
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.