I’m off to Kansas City this evening for Memorial Day Weekend. There, I fully intend to at least try some legitimate Kansas City barbecue. But how does this relate to a blog on information design and data visualisation? Well, some folks at Harvard endeavoured to design a better smoker for barbecue. Thanks, science.
Keeping with the unplanned theme of this week, i.e. things going on in the Middle East and Arab world, let’s take a look at another piece of work from Spiegel. Unfortunately, this one is not so much in English. The graphics, yes, the supporting context, no.
There are seven of them, this looks at what the designers termed Halal Internet. It looks delicious.
And while this looks delicious, it’s white chocolate, unfortunately. But change that bit, and I would be okay eating it.
Check out the article for the rest.
Credit for the piece goes to Klaas Glenewinkel and Jess Smee.
Today is an American holiday: Thanksgiving. We give thanks that European diseases and military technology allowed us to remove the native population for colonisation of the continent. We do that by watching American football and eating lots and lots of food. For dessert, well, we have dessert. But also gluttonous amounts of shopping. So in that spirit, here is the New York Times’ presentation of Thanksgiving recipes per state. The description is followed by an expandable recipe.
To be fair, I really am a fan of shoofly pie. But that’s just me.
No, Turkey is not having an election this week. Instead, we start to transition out of election coverage. By moving into Thanksgiving. The New York Times created a flow chart that looks at different turkey cooking options.
Credit for the piece goes to Alicia DeSantis and Kevin Quealy.