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 lets you know the ins and outs of a professional chef from top to bottom and everywhere in between. They started with the very basic uniform needs, like a proper chef’s hat, and naturally progress to unique and specific tools of the trade like the carbon steel chef’s knife. After reading this, you’ll know how to equip yourself to cook with the best of them.
Summer grilling season is upon us. This infographic from ProPoint Graphics covers grilling favorites in the U.S. and around the globe. Happy grilling!
These days we’re all masterchefs. But not so long ago, preparing food required a very different set of skills. Have a look through this animated infographic-style e-booklet, brought to you by Leisure Cookers, to discover how the flame was tamed.
The following infographic from Everest includes bits of interesting info you need when cooking such as metric conversions, cooking times, freezer storage etc.It can be very helpful for those who spend a lot of time in the kitchen.
With the heart of summer upon us, grilling season is heating up. It’s time to pare fruit, carve ribs, and fillet fish – clearly, knives become an essential tool. This opens the doors for a valuable lesson in the kitchen – one on the proper use of knives. So, grab your chef hat, and get ready for a delicious course of education in the kitchen provided in the following infographic from Chef Knife Guru.