Oodles of Noodles and So Much More – A Guide to Japanese Food #infographic

Japanese cuisine is very popular around the world, especially in the Western hemisphere. In the last decade, there has been an increase in the interest for Japanese culture, technology, and food. So if you are one of the people who love everything this country has to offer, you should know what and how to eat on your next visit.

From the staples of Japanese cuisine such as noodles and sushi to other street food dishes or even desserts and drinks, this guide by Wendy Wu Tours perfectly explains everything you need to know. For example, where you aware that the average Japanese person eats 45 packs of instant ramen per year? Or do you know why the different types of sushi have the names they do?

After taking a look at this infographic, you will feel like an emperor when eating mochi, and you’ll know the history behind some of the most famous Japanese dishes. Just remember to eat and enjoy all your food to show your chef that you loved the meal!

An infographic by Wendy Wu Tours .

Guinness: A journey across the globe #infographic

With Saint Patrick’s Day celebrations still fresh, it’s a great opportunity to get to know more about one of its main components: Guinness beer! This famous ale has its origins in New Year’s Eve of 1759 when Arthur Guinness leased what is now St. James’ Gate Brewery in Dublin to start brewing his own ale. A few decades later, he decided to start perfecting a bold, black beer. This new brew became the famous, international flagship drink of Guinness.

Nowadays, 1’5 billion pints of Guinness are drunk annually, 7’5 millions of those just during Saint Patrick’s Day. So if next time you are having one of these pints with your friends you’d like to impress them, take a look at this infographic by ROL cruise. From the history of Guinness advertising to the creation of The Guinness Book of Records you will find tons of interesting facts to share with fellow Guinness lovers. And if that’s not enough, then read on to learn how to pour the perfect pint of this Irish beer. And then drink it! Cheers!

An infographic by ROL Cruise .

15 signs that you might be an alcoholic #infographic

Alcoholism is a serious illness that can affect from your health, to your work, social and family life. Though alcohol is a part of many social interactions nowadays, its continued consumption can become a severe problem. Precisely because we are used to seeing people drink alcoholic beverages in many acceptable contexts, we don’t condemn alcoholism as we do other drug addictions. Nonetheless, alcoholism is, in fact, an addiction that can destroy yours and your loved ones’ life if left untreated.

That’s why it’s very important to detect it on time. Identifying the problem is the first step to recovery. For that purpose, Addiction to Sobriety has created the following infographic, which lists 15 common warning signs in people suffering from alcoholism. If you feel that you or one of your loved ones fits in the described attitudes or situations, you should look for treatment. Continued rehab and effort is the only way to keep this addiction in check.

An infographic by Addiction To Sobriety .

Food Poisoning: A Common Problem In The U.S #infographic

Food poisoning is a common problem in the U.S. Every year 50 million Americans (1 in 6) fall ill due to food poisoning. What’s more, 3.000 people die and 128.000 are hospitalized yearly for having eaten contaminated food. Food poisoning can take place at any stage of the food chain, from production to preparation. And the most common food groups to lead to poisoning are produce, meat, poultry, dairy, eggs, fish and shellfish.

Since this kind of illness only presents itself several hours or days after the ingestion of contaminated food and is generally followed by mild symptoms, suing the restaurant is not worth it due to the absence of proof. However, when several people have fallen ill after eating a certain product or at a certain place, an investigation is triggered. In these cases, the common pathogens to blame are E.coli or Salmonella, which can require hospitalization. When this happens, you can contact an injury attorney like Terry Bryant to help you get an appropriate compensation to help you cover your medical bills.

An infographic by Terry Bryant Accident & Injury Law.

How To Eat Like A Local In Rome #infographic

It’s no secret that Italy is a prime destination for food lovers, especially Rome. This city offers a tremendous variety of mouth-watering culinary delicacies, and there are ristorantes, trattorias, and osterias everywhere. Therefore, it might be a complicated task to discern and choose what to eat and where to go.

In this infographic, Travel for Food Hub has presented, with the help of local chefs and culinary experts, the best tips to eat like a local in Rome. From a selection of the most typical Italian dishes to a listing of hidden high-quality Roman restaurants, you will find it all. And if you have some extra time and want to make an everlasting memory, it also includes some alternatives for entertaining culinary activities.

With this food guide, any foodie will get the most out of his or her trip to the Eternal City. You will get to know the real Rome and taste all of its flavors. Now you just need to buy a ticket and head off to Italy. Buon appetito!

How To Eat Like A Local In Rome

An infographic by Travel for Food Hub.