After showing us how breakfast is eaten around the world, ChefWorks has added a second infographic to the series with "Dinner Around The World." In addition to illustrating what various countries eat for their evening meal, the graphic also shares how they eat (e.g., sitting on the floor or in chairs, with the hands or with chopsticks, etc.) and what makes their dinner habits different than the rest of the globe.
For example, did you know that in Nepal, most meals are eaten with the hands? Or that in Spain, dinner isn't the biggest meal of the day? Interestingly, in the United States, 20% of all meals are eaten in the car.
Check it out to learn more about the rest of the planet's dinner choices. (Click the image below to zoom in.)