Thanks, Quartz, for releasing the above infographic which shows how many hours of minimum wage labor it takes to buy a beer in different countries around the world.
The Index shows that Georgia (15.1), Bangladesh (13.4), and Libya (7.5) are the three countries requiring the most hours of work to purchase a single beer. In other news, we think it’s time to move to Puerto Rico, where you only have to do 12 minutes of minimum wage labor to earn a brewskie. Here’s some other things we loved from today:
Never eat gringo Mexican again with this ordering tutorial. [Chopsticks + Marrow]
What’s the difference between Katz’s at 2am and 2pm? (Spoiler alert: the answer is alcohol) [Village Voice]
Restaurants are using fake inspections to ensure they’re up to code. [Eater]
A tribute dinner to the first African American cookbook authors. [NPR]