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Virtually fat free and containing more potassium than the banana, the potato doesn’t get the same recognition as other vegetables when discussing nutritional value. This infographic aims to uncover some interesting facts about the potato as a superfood.
In this infographic, published by sterkly, we take a very interesting look at the popular beverage – vodka and besides drinking it, some of the common household uses it is good for.
The following infographic is a “cigar 101” type of guide, providing newbies information including how to smoke a cigar, various cigar wrapper types, the essential parts of a cigar, cigar sizes and cigar shapes.
Foodies rejoice. Eating well in the UK doesn’t always have to cost an arm and a leg. The travel by train experts at The Trainline created this extensive list of British restaurants that are all Michelin Star Rated for the UK local or the traveling foodie.
With over 1,572,571,546 kg of pasta eaten in Italy alone, this popular food comes in over six hundred different shapes and has a unique and colorful history. This infographic from Think Sicily shares some fun facts and interesting information about this famous Italian food.
Soon all restaurants will have to comply with the new labeling laws coming down the pipe. As many as 200,000 restaurants are scrambling to get ready for this laws. All those restaurants will have to comply by adding the nutritional information. The is long and...
Currently, 49 percent — or nearly half — of surveyed consumers learn about food through social networks, and 9 percent have downloaded a mobile food app in the past year. From tweeting about the delectable belgian waffle they just ate and discovering recipes on image-centric cooking blogs to checking into the hottest new restaurants, more food-obsessed Americans are turning to social technology to help satiate their cravings.
New Orleans is filled with pubs, bars and restaurants which are known for creating some of the city’s most notorious cocktails. Some, like the Sazerac are considered the first cocktails in the country. NOLA Adventures is familiar with a lot of traditions in the French Quarter and across the city, but none are more traditional that this list of Traditional Cocktails.
If there’s one thing that Bourbon Street & the French Quarter is known for, it’s the Cocktails. The 12 by 9 block area of the French Quarter holds a treasure of delectable drinks for tourists and locals to enjoy. From the most powerful drinks to the old stalwarts, there’s bound to be one that will be your favorite after visit to New Orleans.
Beer – one of the oldest beverages produced by humans. In fact records dating back to 2050 B.C. show evidence of the beer trade and brew recipes. And while beer doesn’t often get much credit for being a beneficial beverage, the evidence is starting to reveal that beer is just as heart-healthy as wine.
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