Infographics - Food
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It’s surprisingly easy to cook a single piece of meat perfectly every time. If you can’t eyeball it, you can simply use a thermometer. But what can get quite a bit more difficult is juggling a few different proteins--bone-in chicken breasts, brats, and burgers--on a jam-packed grill for a bunch of friends.
The See Mix Drink Cocktail Guide is a fabulous infographic drink recipe book from Brian D. Murphy ( @murph_e ). Currently available for about $10 on Amazon.com, it’s on my wish list. Featured on GQ.com back in October when it was released, I have been totally remiss by not posting about it until now. (My apologies Brian!)
We’d been trying to complete a chart of cocktails for over a year. It’s sorta been Pop Chart Lab’s white whale. This journey started, as every PCL chart does, with a bunch of research dumped into Excel. In December 2010, we compiled a document of nearly 200 cocktails broken down by ingredients. Then we moved into OmniGraffle. In our first attempt, we grouped the spirits, wines, liqueurs, cordials, etc., and then started drawing lines connecting each ingredient to the appropriate cocktail.
Beer is in a renaissance . Fueled by small craft manufacturers, brewers are reassessing the confines of classic stouts and IPAs. And with virtually no limitations on what can be added to beer (unlike most wines, which are confined strictly to the artful manipulation of grapes), the sheer variety of what’s on the market is astounding. Beer has become a cuisine unto itself.
If the average person was told five years ago that she could nab a delicious and buttery lobster roll from a truck without getting food poisoning, she may have scoffed. Nowadays, chefs across the world are delivering some of the most scrumptious, affordable and delightfully fun food straight to the sidewalks — and social streams. Although food trucks existed well before the early 2000s, many sources pinpoint 2008 as the unofficial onset of the food truck phenomenon .
Oxfam is putting the world food crisis right under your mouse. The organization has just released an interactive map showing how countries the world over are being hurt by high and volatile food prices. The Food Price Pressure Points Map is more than just a global snap shot of the food crisis. As part of Oxfam's GROW campaign, the map helps illustrate which countries are at most risk and how users can help.
Filed under: Funny Infographics | 1 Comment » Corn Eating Personality Test Reviewed by Infographics Guy on Mar 16 Rating: Rating: 0.0/ 10 (0 votes cast) Okay, this isn’t technically an infographic, but it is hilarious.
On ne cesse de vous le répéter, faire sa bière avec ses petites mains, ce n’est vraiment pas compliqué. Vous ne nous croyez toujours pas ? Jetez un petit coup d’œil à cette infographie qui retrace toutes les grandes étapes du brassage amateur. Simple on vous dit.
In my opinion, McDonald’s has the best straws of any fast food restaurant (maybe of any restaurant). I often go there just to get a delicious fountain soda and always find myself amazed at the awesomeness of their straws. When I discovered that my colleague at Lab42 loves Taco Bell’s hot sauce packets just as much as I love McDonald’s drinks, I realized that maybe we don’t just go to fast food restaurants for their main food items.
Did you know a political conservative is more likely to prefer McDonald's french fries than his liberal counterpart?
Mardi 15 mars Métiers du Web - 15 mars 2011 :: 14:18 :: Par Eric L’univers du vin fascine et passionne toujours autant, y compris chez les technophiles et les geeks. Et le mariage avec internet semble assez réussi, si l’on en juge par le nombre de sites consacrés au divin breuvage, qu’il s’agisse de sites marchands, de blogs ou des deux. L’univers du vin fascine et passionne toujours autant , y compris chez les technophiles et les geeks. Et le mariage avec internet semble assez réussi, si l’on en juge par le nombre de sites consacrés au divin breuvage, qu’il s’agisse de sites marchands, de blogs ou des deux.