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
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Even Maradona’s Hand of God can’t wipe away my love for Argentina, because they gave us asado and the greatest strike force pairing in the world – steak and malbec.
Coffee can be complicated, so forget Columbian single-origin micro-lot arabica coffee for now – I’m going to strip the whole thing down to its bare bones.
Croatian fritules are mini, highly addictive and slightly boozy doughnuts. The best part is biting into a soft nugget of raisin within the dough
Perfect for an appetiser, after-school snack, or even game-day grub, these crispy Costa Rican plantain chips and black bean dip are healthy and delicious
Stella Artois aside, Belgium is responsible for some of the most important beers and drinking traditions in the world
Show your support for Algeria by cooking up this vegetarian tagine – a staple North African cooking method, and the best way to get succulent stews
Whether you’re in a five-star hotel, seeing an expat friend, or just pretty much passing through the airport, here are my six top tips for dining in Dubai.
They’ve often proved their talents on the pitch, but can Germany take the trophy for great bread too? Cross over to the dark side and discover rye bread…
I’m a huge fan of Japanese food, so I’ve chosen to take a look at the izakaya bar – and these lovely homemade gyoza – now that the World Cup is upon us.