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Design Hacks

13 Common Cooking Mistakes You Should Avoid In The Kitchen [Infographic]

Amateur cooks, myself included, tend to make mistakes here and there when it comes to cooking. Sure, mistakes happen, but they can drastically affect your final dish.

So how can we make the most of our kitchen experience?

Quid Corner cooked up a useful guide that shows us what the top 13 most common cooking mistakes made in the kitchen are and why we should avoid them. While a few of these are common sense for those with a modicum of experience in the kitchen, it’s always good for the less experienced to brush up on the basics.

Check out the infographic and see if it makes a difference the next time you’re in the kitchen!

Courtesy of: Quid Corner
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Cravings Culture

11 Of The Most Popular Brunch Dishes Around The World [Infographic]

Aside from breakfast, brunch is arguably the best meal of the day. In this heavenly in-between realm, you can walk the line between breakfast and lunch with a bevy of mouthwatering dishes and drinks to kick off your day.

Have you ever wondered, though, what brunch looked like around the world?

Last Minute, an online travel group, took a look at 11 brunch dishes from 11 major cities around the world and compiled them into a beautifully illustrated infographic.

The infographic features information about both a dish and a beverage to pair with it. A tip on dining etiquette is also provided for each city as well as a fun fact about the culture.

As we feed our brains with this cornucopia of culture, our stomaches are pissed off and ready for food.


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Health

This Colorful Infographic Shows Us The Health Benefits Of Eating A Rainbow

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Does your daily diet consist of rainbows? No, not the meteorological phenomenon cause by reflection and refraction of light. Rather, do you eat enough of colorful fruits and vegetables to nourish your body?

Swissotel released a new infographic that highlights the health benefits of the colors in the foods you consume. Red foods, like tomatoes and strawberries, improve skin quality. Blue foods, like blueberries and plums, help boost memory and protects cells.

Check out the infographic below and get a little more color in your diet. You’ll thank us in the long run.

Browse our illustrative guide to each food colour and discover the health benefits for including them in your daily diet.

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Cravings Culture Health

This Is What 200 Calories Of Your Favorite Thanksgiving Foods Look Like [INFOGRAPHIC]

Thanksgiving’s the one holiday where you’re allowed to cheat whatever diet you’re on and spend time with your family and loved ones eating, not counting calories.

If you still insist on watching what you eat, but still want to get the most of your Thanksgiving meal, Business Insider did some research and created an infographic showing the caloric content of your favorite Thanksgiving foods.

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Holiday dishes highlighted include turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, green been casserole, various pies, and even a couple glasses of wine.

The image perfectly portions and measures what 200 calories of the most popular Thanksgiving foods looks like so you have a pretty good idea what you’ll want to avoid to get the most of your holiday meal.

Hope everyone has a safe and relaxing holiday!

Image: Business Insider

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Features Hit-Or-Miss Recipes

Everything You Need To Know About Burritos [INFOGRAPHIC]

Deciding what burrito to get isn’t as easy as it sounds. In fact, once you settle on the tortilla-wrapped cylinder from heaven, you’re gonna want to decide what type of burrito you’d like to stuff your face in.

To help keep you informed with you burrito-based decisions, Fairmont created this awesome infographic that highlights seven of the most popular burritos around. The graphic includes ingredients, the history behind it, what makes the burrito unique, and little fun facts.

Choices of burritos include: traditional, smothered/wet, Mission, California, breakfast, chimichanga, and Kogi. Sure, it’s illustrated, but our mouths are watering just looking at all this gluttonous variety.

Check out the infographic below and get to know your burrito a little better.

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Fast Food News

McDonald’s Reveals Their Entire Breakfast History

McDonald’s had it pretty rough last year with their sales. However, things turned around for the company once they started offering All Day Breakfast for select items, and more recently, the complete breakfast menu.

As a result, customers have been flocking to the fast food chain to get their breakfast fix at all hours of the day. The Golden Arches reported that a huge amount of orders from lunch or dinner include Sausage McMuffins or a similar breakfast dish.

In some key insights into the appeal of their breakfast menu options, McDonald’s finally revealed the entire history of their breakfast with a new infographic chronicling the timeline for the popular menu.

The infographic can be seen below and takes a fast food journey through the early morning rushes of McDonald’s’ past. The Egg McMuffin being around for 45 years really puts its enduring appeal into perspective.

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Photo: McDonald’s
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Hit-Or-Miss News

Check Out The Outrageous Beer And Hot Dog Prices At Each NFL Stadium

With the football season underway, now is the opportunity for fans everywhere to catch the action in person. However, you may want to double check your bank account before painting your team’s colors on your face.

Each year, like clockwork, prices for NFL game tickets, along with the cost for beer and hot dogs at the concession stands, continues to rise. The average price of a regular season NFL game ticket during the 2016 season is about $86. The average price for a beer is about $7.40, and a hot dog is more than $5.00.

Just to sit in the nosebleed seats, drink an overpriced 12 oz. beer, and eat a soggy hot dog will cost the average person about $98.00 this season. Oh, and we left out parking.

If you’re planning on watching the Oakland Raiders at the Oakland Alameda Coliseum, bring a few extra bucks for beer. One regular-sized beer at a Raider’s home game will cost you an NFL-leading $10.75. The Raiders should also be penalized for selling the NFL’s most expensive hot dog for $6.75.

Thanks to some insightful infographics from our friends at Sports Interaction, you can see where your favorite team’s beer and hot dog prices stack up against the NFL average.

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With NFL concession stand prices continuing to break records, it’s nice to see one team fighting to make a difference. Currently, the Atlanta Falcons are in the process of drastically reducing prices at concession stands inside Mercedes-Benz Stadium, according to ESPN.

Set to begin in 2017, the Falcons are prepared to offer unheard of perks to visitors. Steve Cannon, CEO of the AMB Group told ESPN, “We’ll be able to feed a family of four at our games for $27.”

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The Falcons will be offering guests a $2 soda with unlimited refills, along with $3 slices of pizza, among other reasonably priced items, beginning in 2017.

With ticket and concession stand prices already on the rise, the Atlanta Falcons already have a reason to look forward to next season. However, this trend in price gouging raises concerns about the aspect of affordability for fans attending major sporting events. Is there an incentive for fans to continue spending absurd amounts for food and beverage alone, or are people just better off watching at home?

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Art Health

10 Of The Top Vegetarian-friendly Cities In The World

There are plenty of places for meat-eaters to bite into when traveling the world, that’s for sure. Though if you’re a vegetarian looking to go on an adventure with your closest carnivorous buds, you’re probably stuck scrambling and scrolling through Yelp trying to find some greens in this mad, meaty world.

Luckily, Travel Supermarket created this infographic that shows where the most vegetarian-friendly cities in the world are. Compiling data from hundreds of customers’ reviews around the world, the colorful table lists the top ten cities that are home to the best vegetarian-friendly restaurants.

The graphic covers the percentage of 4-5 star restaurant reviews, the number of vegetarian options compared to the city’s population, and overall average ratings. The chart even throws in a few restaurant recommendations for you to try out.

World-traveling vegetarians, behold your bucket list.