Category: Food & Drink Infographics
When going abroad you want to be sure you soak up the whole culture of that country. What is a better way to do that than through local food? In this interesting infographic, you will get excellent guide to eating etiquette abroad.
Want to lose some weight or start eating more healthy? Using Greek yogurt in your cooking is a great way to start! Why? Because Greek yogurt can be used as a substitute for lots of ingredients we use on a daily basis. And because of the nutritional benefits of Greek yogurt, you’ll be cutting on calories hard while at the same time boosting your protein intake.
Did you know that you can actually cook in your dishwasher? It is the often overlooked workhorse of the kitchen. If you are strapped for oven and stove top space this holiday season, these dishwasher-safe holiday dinner meals are for you. ForRent.com has a few recipe ideas in the following infographic.
The following infographic explores some delightful ways in which to enjoy some drinks this festive season, showcasing 12 delicious drinks to enjoy on Christmas Day.
Following a low carb diet plan over Christmas might make you feel like you are missing out on all the festivities, so Atkins have put together a diet plan to help you stick to your weight loss goals over the Christmas period.
Whether you’re on a beer budget or a champagne one, the folks at ForRent.com are sharing tips and tricks for enjoying the holiday season in style. They have got you covered from appetizers and cocktails to decorating the perfect table setting. So read along for your go-to guide on festive food celebrations.
You don’t have to pour leftover beer down the drain. Did you know that it can be useful tool in your household? In this helpful infographic, you will learn great ways of utilizing leftover beer.
Can you beat the rising cost of Christmas? This fun infographic, created by Blinds Supermarket, tracks the price rises in the average Christmas dinner essentials over the last six years.
Whether you are inviting extended family into your home or throwing a Friendsgiving dinner party, taking on the responsibility for a holiday meal can be daunting. ForRent.com has the solution for your holiday dinner anxiety – alcohol! No, they are not encouraging you to drink your holiday stress away. Put the alcohol in the food.
When you find great deal on produce in the store, you can’t resist buying some extra food. Unfortunately, this may cause you to end up throwing away a lot of food. Find out some great advices about making your fresh food last longer in this interesting infographic.
If you are planning on being careful about what you eat this season, there are many ways to serve up a delicious, special meal or party while still considering your health. ForRent.com shows us some healthy alternatives in this infographic.
Whether you’re outfitting your first kitchen or upgrading your well-worn cookware, Cooking.com has created an easy formula to help choose cookware sets tailored to your culinary personality – that combination of skills, needs and desires that add up to a recipe for your personal meal-prep best. Check out the following infographic to help choose cookware sets just right for all manner of cooks.
Some people a lot and others don’t eat enough, but who would have thought that people can eat everything from 500 calories per day to more than 20,000 calories per day? Here are 49 interesting people that eat both very little and much more than a horse, compiled in visual style.
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.