Category: Food & Drink Infographics
It seems that everybody is baking at home these days. The incredible success of BBC TV’s Great British Bake Off as well as the more general cooking shows have had a considerable impact on our way of eating – in fact in some ways its back to basics as the British public are relearning some of the skills that our parents took for granted.
Taste is a beautiful and mysterious thing that gives every person a unique experience with flavor and food. Taste includes numerous factors like temperature, texture, and of course flavor, but have you ever stopped to think about how your brain interprets all of that information? This infographic covers everything from the variables of taste to how food preferences are developed.
Many people consider eating out to be a special treat. This is certainly true if you’re watching your wallet. However, did you know you can take the family out on a budget, sometimes almost for free! Here’s GroceryCouponNetwork.com tips to enjoy a meal out at a price you’ll also savor.
France, a country that exudes passion and romance, accompanies these qualities with a yearning love of wine. The intricacies of the high-quality wines differs from place to place, and there’s no better way to enjoy the flavors of France than with a blissful river cruise. In this infographic, Cruiseabout explores a taste of French wine, one port at a time.
In this infographic by C&H Sugar, learn more about sweetening life through the stevia plant and C&H® Light: A low calorie sweetener that’s NOT artificial.
The folks at GroceryCouponNetwork.com love finding their readers the best food coupons and are always looking for new ways to save. Check out this infographic to see 30+ ways to save on organic fruits and vegetables, meats, dairy, bread and more.
Taste the best barbecue the south has to offer by following The Road-Tripper’s Guide to Southern Barbecue from Cash Store. Identified in this infographic are the top barbecue joints in southern states, based on ratings and reviews from the best barbecue bloggers and review sites across the web.
Are you tired of cocktails that cost as much as a bottle of liquor at home? Check out the following guide to affordable mixology put together by the folks at Affordable-Online-Colleges.net.
Baines and Ernst have found that over the years the cost of fish & chips has increased by 1220%. Starting its journey costing only 25p in 1970 one of the most well known and loved take-aways in the UK now costs around £3.30. It seems the cost of fish & chips is one of the most overlooked casualties of inflation.
The following infographic from Health Shop depicts all the facts you need to know about juicing, focusing on all the health benefits of juicing and also the difference between juicing and blending. There are also great juicing recipes that you could start using today.
The British certainly do love a cup of tea! So much so, in fact, that they consume over 165 million cups every day. Emma Bridgewater, the much loved and respected British homeware designer, best known for her iconic teapots and mugs, has put together this infographic all about the world’s second most popular beverage, tea.
Processed food has been in the spotlight for a few years now. This infographic by Rockwell Nutrition will help you understand which ingredients to stay away from and help you stay healthy.
You can always travel the world, but did you know you can travel it through coffee? Here’s an infographic developed by cheapflights.co.uk that will help you to do just that.
The newest face of the American diet is gluten free products. You see them everywhere, and you probably know someone who is on a gluten free diet. But is this newest fad just a short-lived trend? MPH Online has created an infographic detailing some starting facts and figures behind the gluten free movement.