One of the great advantages of cooking on a barbecue is the smoke, but BBQ smoking, although not complex, is an art – check out our ultimate guide here.
The hosts may be out, but there is still a lot to celebrate about the Brazilian World Cup – here’s our tribute to their amazing acarajé recipe
Ever wondered how to make smoked chicken? Well here’s not only an explanation of how to do it but a phenomenal way to serve it with a Texas-Mexican twist.
Due to the Parmesan, traditional Italian Parmigiana isn’t vegetarian, but we have a veggie-friendly hero at our disposal thanks to Pilgrims Choice.
Cooking over fire takes some skill, but mastering those techniques is well worth it. Here’s everything you’ll ever need to know to make the perfect BBQ.
When Luis Suarez isn’t taking chunks out of footballers’ shoulders, it’s pretty likely he’s getting his chops around a chivito, Uruguay’s ultimate steak sandwich.
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.
So, a brief history lesson before we move onto a perfect Canada Day recipe: today, July 1st, sometimes known as Canada’s “birthday”, is a nationwide holiday commemorating the British North America Act 1867 (now known as the Constitution Act 1867), which united three British North American colonies (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Read the full article…