Baleadas have all the hallmarks of a great Central American meal – with Mexican, Spanish and Caribbean influences. Try Jamie’s pimped-up baleada recipe
Around the world
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.
Cameroon showcases some of the most varied African food, thanks for colonisation by Portugal, Britain and France, as well as a unique climate
Get your kids in the Mexican spirit with this family-friendly tacos recipe. Perfect for watching the football, or just as a midweek family dinner.
The Greek diet is based around fruits and vegetables, wholegrains, fish, beans and legumes, and a small amount of dairy – a pretty healthy, balanced diet.
A true marvel of the new world, Chile’s cooler climate means you can take your pick of delicate pinots, sauvignon blancs and even rieslings
With some of the best ingredients in the world, traditional English food has never been better. Forget football, these Jamie recipes are world beaters.
Most red-blooded Englishmen head to one place on a Sunday afternoon – their local. And there’s no better pub grub than the ploughman’s lunch.
Iran the world’s largest producer of pistachio nuts, so I added them to my delicious moist carrot cake recipe with a creamy rosewater icing
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