Category: Food & Drink Infographics
Kitchen Aid was originally introduced in the 1930’s, you can find their famous mixers in the majority of kitchens throughout the United States. These iconic appliances have withstood the test of time, and have rolled out with over fifteen different attachments to help expand the home cook’s horizon when it comes to using their Kitchen Aid.
In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is freedom, in water there is bacteria.” Wise words from Benjamin Franklin. Throughout history, the golden nectar has inspired countless writers and artists to wax lyrically about its transformative effects…and often its physically transformative after-effects. Loveholidays.com has gathered together some of the most hilarious and jaw-dropping facts about beer
Here is an infographic from Corks Out on what people look for when choosing a bottle of wine based on a survey conducted by them in 2013.
Food trucks may have been around in the 1960′s, but they were not the type of food trucks that people were willing to wait on a huge line for, or the type of place that they would eat for lunch or even for dinner! The food truck industry has exploded over the past 10 years, with gourmet and specialty food trucks popping up all around the U.S.
Whiskey is perhaps one of the most favored types of alcohols in the world. Commonly made from fermented grain mash and aged in wooden casks, this timeless beverage has a rich history and continues to develop with modern preferences. This infographic covers an array of topics that all have to do with this distinguished type of alcohol including its’ extensive history, popular drink recipes for all types of occasions and tons of interesting facts!
Thanksgiving is full of family, fun and – of course – food! You work hard every year to get the feast together, don’t let it get spoiled! PartSelect has covered all the basics and then some. Keep this food storage guide handy so you can have a happy, healthy Thanksgiving!
Have you always been curious about what wine goes with what dish? Well, it depends a lot on the wine’s origins, but this infographic by Cheapflights has some answers.
Who doesn’t love a good bottle of wine? And you don’t always have to spend a lot of money to get one. Check out the infographic below to learn about 10 great bottles of wine for 10 dollars or less.
According to a 2010 poll, 8 in 10 U.S. adults watch cooking shows. 57% of those who watch cooking shows say they have purchased food as a direct result of something they’ve seen on a cooking show. The popularity of cooking shows in America goes all the way back to the creation and introduction of the Betty Crocker fictional mascot in 1924. Since then, the cooking show industry has evolved greatly to meet the ever-growing demands of consumers.
This infographic shows how much grease the average fast food restaurant in the U.S. produces every day. Not only that, but it also shows how much grease is produced over a week, month, and year. To take the calculations even further, it reveals just how much grease is produced by all restaurants in the U.S. every day, week, month, and year.
This infographic features interesting wine facts and little-known statistics that will definitely get the conversation started at your next party. For instance, did you know that there are 10,000 varieties of wine grapes worldwide? Also, the average age of a French Oak Tree harvested for use in creating wine barrels is 170 years old?
What do you get when you cross a chicken with a duck with a turkey? A “Turducken” of course! Turducken is a dish consisting of a chicken stuffed into a duck, stuffed into a turkey with stuffing or dressing separating the layers. It is a form of what is called “engastration” which is a recipe method where one animal is stuffed inside another.
In the U.S., various combinations of salads, soups, and sandwiches have been popular lunch choices for decades. Historically, lunch began as a ladies’ meal in the 18th century as a snack between breakfast and dinner. It has since evolved to become a favorite time of day for many Americans. But how popular is lunch for the rest of the world, and how do meals differ from country to country?
Prized for its simplicity, flan has been delighting palates for centuries. It originated in the Roman Empire and has come a long way since then, becoming the quintessential Latin dessert. Its smooth custard texture is balanced off with its signature ingredient: caramel. A few simple ingredients are put together to become a flan-tastic treat worth sharing!