Attendees tasted two glasses of sparkling, Chardonnay, and Bordeaux blends, respectively, and were asked to guess which was higher-priced. While we assessed each wine's value, Chang also shared details on what goes into the price of wine. Better understand why a wine costs what it does after the jump.
If there's a Twitter link that will make us click, somehow it's always a colorful chart or info graphic. From Venn diagrams and pie charts to bar graphs and flow charts, what is it about these nuggets of cheeky information that make us immediately hit "share" to every social media account?
The team at the Tumblr blog I Love Charts feels the same way and has amassed a vast collection of graphs, drawings, and charts via the wide Internet world that guide the reader through the decision-making process of adding bacon to a meal or a breakdown of the amount of ice in an afternoon pick-me-up. At least now when our co-workers walk by it looks like we're reading something important and not looking at pictures of baby animals.
- On a blank sheet of paper, write down the names of each of your guests.
- Across the top of the page, write the courses: appetizers, entree, sides, dessert, etc.
- As your friends and family members let you know what they are bringing, fill in the chart.
Keep in mind the total number of people in attendance, and make sure that there will be enough food for everyone. Do you host a potluck? Share your tips and experiences with us below!
According to the chart, my open luncheon meat lasts just three to five days in the fridge. To check out the shelf life of a bunch of common ingredients, read more