Food & Drink Infographics

A Guide To Choosing Your Coffee

A Guide To Choosing Your Coffee

The coffee world, with all of its terminology, can be daunting to the new coffee lover. To that end, the folks at Best Quality Coffee have created an infographic designed to simplify the process of selecting the coffee that best fits your taste profile. Whether it’s choosing the right bean, grind, brewing method, or roast, part of the fun of being a coffee lover is experimenting with different variables to ultimately achieve your perfect brew.

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A Guide To Holiday Wine Pairing

A Guide To Holiday Wine Pairing

It’s time to pick the menu for your holiday soirée, but what kind of wine should you serve? Learn more about holiday wine pairings within this infographic courtesy of the folks from Sonoma-Cutrer.

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Food Deserts in America

Food Deserts in America

According to the American Nutrition Association, food deserts are geographical areas that lack sufficient supply of fresh vegetables, fruits, and healthful, affordable whole foods. Food deserts are generally impoverished areas and they are viewed as a national crisis....

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12 Days of Feastmas

12 Days of Feastmas

Brits love tucking into a good old turkey dinner on Christmas Day, but what can you expect to be served when you’re spending your Christmas elsewhere in the world? From a not-quite-so-romantic KFC bucket in Japan to barbecued meat in Australia, this infographic might make you think that the Brits do it best… until you get to the rum fruitcake of Jamaica and the finger-liking fish dishes of Italy.

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5 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes With 10 Ingredients or Less

5 Vegetarian Thanksgiving Recipes With 10 Ingredients or Less

Do you have a new guest at your table this year Or even someone in the family who’s just trying a new diet and lifestyle? If you’re unsure what to make for a vegan Thanksgiving dish, there are a ton of options outside of the infamous Tofurky. This infographic looks at several ideas, all of which have ten ingredients or less.

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What Food Labels Really Mean

What Food Labels Really Mean

Making healthy choices when grocery shopping should be easy. However, food labels and misleading terms can often misguide our shopping choices. Brown vs white eggs? Free range? Cage-free? Do these terms mean anything or are they simply designed to entice us to buy? This infographic explains the key differences between the terms natural and organic.

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Around the World in 50 Traditional Breakfast Dishes

Around the World in 50 Traditional Breakfast Dishes

While it’s common knowledge that breakfast is considered the “most important meal of the day,” recent research is beginning to argue this claim. This infographic looks at 50 traditional breakfast traditions around the world in a fashion that will undoubtedly make you hungry. However, no matter what science determines, breakfast is still a universally beloved meal.

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Caffeine in Coffee

Caffeine in Coffee

People may not think of caffeine as the most popular mood-altering drug in the world, even those who use it daily, by drinking coffee, tea, sodas or energy drinks as part of their routine. Coffee Corner has created the following infographic to show some of the most interesting facts about caffeine. Do you know how much caffeine you can take daily?

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All About Hot Sauce

All About Hot Sauce

From the mildly piquant to the five-alarm, face-melting heat of some of the world’s spiciest sauces, it seems like there’s a hot sauce for just about everyone. The folks at WebstaurantStore have taken a look at hot sauce, from its historical beginning thousands of years ago through today. Explore hot sauces around the world and learn just how spicy those peppers are with a visual Scoville scale of hotness.

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Green Tea Production Journey: From Harvest to Cup

Green Tea Production Journey: From Harvest to Cup

Green tea is one of the most popular beverages in the world, but many people don’t know how it is actually produced. It comes from the same plant as white, yellow, oolong and black tea, called Camellia Sinensis. The process of its production determines the color and the taste of green tea.

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