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Number 2 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Germany; the most down to earth footballing street food you could ever imagine - currywurst.

Number 2 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Germany; the most down to earth footballing street food you could ever imagine - currywurst.

Gyros and Tzatziki - by Nicholas Ross at duck and roses.  This is made with boneless pork loin but  just like in Chinese Char Sui turkey tenderloins will work quite nicely as well.

Number 10 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Greece; succulent marinated pork strips with a punchy garlicky tzatziki sauce - it's gyros.

Acaraje with Chilli Garlic

Number 4 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Brasil; at last the Brasilians can shown off their flair for food as well as their football.

Ponkie 2

Number 28 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Ghana; a wholesome but incredibly delicious beef and pumpkin stew known as ponkie.

Carne Asada Sobre Arepas

Number 5 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Colombia; as wacky as Valderama it is marinated steak, corn pancakes and punchy chimichurri.

Number 8 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Switzerland; climb every mountain with this crisp and soft potato cake with bags of cheese.

Number 8 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Switzerland; climb every mountain with this crisp and soft potato cake with bags of cheese.

Almond and plum tart

Almond and plum tart

Gnocchi wtih Exotic Mushrooms in Butter and Sage

Number 9 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Italy; a superbly light potato gnocchi with exotic mushrooms, butter and sage - bellissimo.

Number 20 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Côte d’Ivoire; a tomato and beef stew with a secret ingredient. Toure and Drogba would approve.

Number 20 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Côte d'Ivoire; a tomato and beef stew with a secret ingredient. Toure and Drogba would approve.

"Short of serving store-bought ice cream, you won't find a simpler, more delicious dessert than this fruit cobbler. Use any juicy summer fruit: peaches, nectarines, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries. And if you use frozen berries, this dessert can be assembled in less than 10 minutes." I absolutely agree - this is my go-to cobbler recipe.

Easy Batter Fruit Cobbler « Short of serving store-bought ice cream, you won't find a simpler, more delicious dessert than this fruit cobbler.

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Rosemary Roasted Yams

Our recipe for Rosemary Roasted Yams takes almost no time to prep and will make your whole house smell delicious.

#14 The USA - Cajun Fried Chicken Football: Football (or soccer as it is…

Number 14 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from the USA; we're heading South to Louisiana for a Cajun fried chicken - real soul and footy food.

#3 Portugal - Piri Piri Chicken Football: Many years before Ronaldo was…

Number 3 in the countdown of World Cup Brasil dishes comes from Portugal; rolling out the barbecue in winter here in Oz for some fiery piri piri chicken.

African foods recipes, African Cuisine of Cameroon Authentic Africa's dishes, foods, recipes, cuisines

African foods recipes, African Cuisine of Cameroon Authentic Africa's dishes, foods, recipes, cuisines

Hungarian Sweet Cottage Cheese Danish /Венгерские ватрушки с творогом / Túrós táska / use Google Translate

Hungarian Sweet Cottage Cheese Danish /Венгерские ватрушки с творогом / Túrós táska / use Google Translate

Hkatenkwan (Ghanaian chicken and groundnut stew)

West African Peanut Stew -This can change the stereotypical image of vegan food. It’s the newest addition to my list of favorite dishes!

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