Category: Food & Drink Infographics
If there is anything most people like, it’s saving money on groceries and eating out! Grocery Coupon Network has created a complete guide to eating out and saving money. It’s shows which of your favorite restaurants let kids eat for free and other ways to save when dining out.
If you are traveling to a new country you should definitely try local street food. In every country there is at least one authentic dish you can try at the street vendors. Read this infographic to get some great advices about which street food to eat in Europe.
Ensuring that U.S. food processing plants remain compliant with processing standards is imperative for them to stay in business. This latest infographic from Polygon documents the growth of the U.S. food industry and tips for food processing plants to comply with standards set by the USDA. Mitigating the presence of moisture in the processing plant is necessary to ensure that food is safe for consumption.
For the Thanksgiving day host, planning the perfect Thanksgiving table setting, menu and decorations can sometimes be stressful, but it should also be fun! Whether this is your first Thanksgiving in a new home or you just need a refresher on how to set a table, the folks at Christmas Lights, Etc have gathered the best etiquette tips, decorating ideas and Thanksgiving menu suggestions in one place for you to easily reference.
Have you ever wondered “What pairs best with my pulled pork sandwich?” Why should wine get all the attention when it comes to tasting and pairings? New Hampshire Liquor and Wine Outlets have assembled an infographic of the origins, flavor profiles and even pairings for your favorite whiskey, bourbon, rye or the rest of the delicious gang.
Eating meat is a lot more expensive then you think. Yes, maybe you didn’t pay a lot of money but have you considered environmental costs? Check out this infographic, put together by Pounds to Pocket, to find out true cost of meat.
When you suffer from a gluten allergy or you are a vegan, food becomes an important focus in your life. This is due to the fact that you have to be careful what you eat because you might become very ill or it might go against your moral views on animal welfare. The following infographic shows the types of ingredient alternatives that can be used in cakes, cupcakes and buns.
Wine drinking isn’t a contest, at least not a close one. In fact, wine has been a dietary staple since the beginning of recorded human history. It may not surprise you to learn that Italy, France, and Spain produce the most wine in the world, but did you know that Vatican City is the greatest consumer per capita? Check out this infographic from the folks for facts and stats about who drinks the most wine.
Once you’ve made it to Southern Europe you’ll find that there is an incredible variety of wines produced in a wide variety of wine regions. You may be overwhelmed but fear not. This infographic has a list of wine grapes from Europe’s most famous wine regions and the flavor characteristics they lend to the wines produced there. If you’re going to travel to this mecca of wine, you might as well have a better idea of what you’re looking for.
You might think that brewing your own beer is a big hassle, but once you learn the basic technique, your craft will pay off. Learn the basics from this infographic from the folks at Kegerator.com.
Everyone has those days when they just can’t seem to find enough energy. There are a lot of caffeinated drinks that may do the job, but they aren’t usually known as the healthiest ways to increase your energy. Here is an infographic that looks at five herbs that will give you an energy boost.
This infographic offers an insight into the world of superfoods and questions some of many claims that are made about them. What superfoods are really super? And, what superfoods are just plain hype? Discover answers to these questions and more in this insightful infographic.
We all love a good snack! What snack personality are you? Take a look at this tasty infographic, put together by the folks at 888Casino and you might be surprised.
Australians are some of the most time poor individuals in the 35 OECD countries / economies. In the 2014 “how’s life” report by the OECD, Australians rated highly for most factors, except work-life balance. This infographic looks at how much time can be saved for busy Australian professionals, by using online food ordering.