To be fair, Ecuador does boast varied and delicious sounding food, but the squeamish should turn back now because things are about to get a bit weird.
These lovely fish are cooked everywhere in Portugal, so starting with a classic from the Feast of St Anthony, check out these four great sardine recipes.
The Ivory Coast is the world’s biggest producer of cocoa, accounting for almost half the supply, so here are Jamie’s best and favourite chocolate recipes.
Jollof rice is more of a concept that a recipe, because it’s found all over West Africa – here’s Jamie’s spicy take on the Ghana version
Baleadas have all the hallmarks of a great Central American meal – with Mexican, Spanish and Caribbean influences. Try Jamie’s pimped-up baleada recipe
Every nation has a dish that defines it. South Korea has bibimbap, the ultimate leftover stir-fry, served in blisteringly hot stone bowls that cook the food as you eat.
With some of the best ingredients in the world, traditional English food has never been better. Forget football, these Jamie recipes are world beaters.
As World Cup 2014 starts, we talk to Michelin-starred Brazilian chef Marcello Tully about Brazilian street food and his nation’s love of football
Food changes lives. And that’s certainly true of Kerryann Dunlop, one of the three Food Tube stars who have just published their own cook books.
When it comes to cupcakes, no one does it better than Cupcake Jemma, and today she releases her first ever book with Jamie Oliver’s Food Tube