Category: Food & Drink Infographics
The dessert’s role is to strengthen the success of a meal and these next sweet delights Cheapflights has to show us won’t be a disappointment.
Is food dye really that bad for you? Check out the infographic below presented to learn about food dye and it’s dangerous impact on our health.
It’s a Friday night or a Tuesday night. Work is over and now what do you do? Grab a glass of wine of course! For the girls in the room…wine is all about staying classy, fun, and healthy.
What’s the difference between bourbon and whiskey? Well, all bourbon is whiskey, but not all whiskey is bourbon. Check out the infographic below to learn more.
The food one decides to eat for breakfast can vary greatly from person to person, especially when you’re thinking about what people outside of the U.S. prefer to eat to start their day off right. Breakfast sandwiches, cold cereal, coffee, eggs, fruit, and juice are all common breakfast choices for people living in the U.S. What about the rest of the world? The following infographic will take you on a trip around the world, giving you a “taste” of what people cook and eat for breakfast in different countries.
There’s something comforting about a good bottle of wine. It always seems to be the go-to option for a girl’s night in with friends or a romantic dinner for two. Whatever the case may be, knowing how to pick the right wine to complement your meal can make all the difference. Why? Because when you pair the right wine with the right foods, you’re doing much more than merely enhancing the taste; you’re transforming your entire dining experience
Here Online Masters In Public Health provides us a brief history of milk and how it became the popular product that it is today. You can see what food items have milk as a critical ingredient and what the difference is between raw and pasteurized milk. Not to mention there are many animals (and non-animals!) that produce human-consumed milk other than cows.
Our foods have lost many of the illness-fighting properties they once had. Over the course of decades, multinationals have been actively growing foods with a very low nutrient content that have the power to help us fight against illnesses. See the infographic below by Online Masters In Public Health for a detailed look on what [...]
At one time or another, we have all thrown away food. Maybe you purchased too many eggs from the grocery store and they have reached their expiration date or maybe you have simply forgotten about that loaf of bread in the back of the pantry. But, did you know that nearly 40% of the food in the United States is never eaten? In fact, Americans wasted 33.79 million tons of food in 2010 alone. That is enough to fill the Empire State Building 91 times!
Over the past few years there has been a huge growth in the United Kingdom wine industry. Cultivation is at an all time high, with over 1,500 hectares being grown across the country. But, for many, English and Welsh wines continue to be seen as a relatively unknown quantity.
Celebrating International Bacon Day, Wren Kitchens has provided all you need to know about bacon! From its first existence to some weird and wonderful bacon creations.It’s all in the infographic below.
Ever wonder where the food you eat comes from? In the infographic below, A to Z Solutions breaks down and compares the impacts from factory and sustainable farming on the environment, fossil fuel, health, animal welfare, waste, transportation, and more.
The avocado is easily one of the most versatile fruits out there and I’m sure we can all agree that it makes a great side to any dish. From salads to sandwiches, I can never say no! There are so many ways to enjoy the avocado as an ingredient in a recipe, but few know its many amazing applications outside of the kitchen.
Some of America’s biggest cities are also home to some of America’s most distinctive burgers. These burgers won’t be found at any fast food restaurants or tourist traps- these burgers truly embody the spirit of their respective cities. Perhaps these burgers will compel you to check out the cities they are from- and try them for yourself. Venere Travel looks at America’s most unique burgers.