Finally, time to get this party started!

Below you will find all the pictures, polls and links back to each group’s preview post (just in case you need to be reminded what sirovi štruklji and gyōza are) all in one handy place.

Stuffing the ballot box is encouraged. Share with your friends, family and foes alike if it will get your favorite cuisine votes. If you are unhappy with the food selected to best represent your country — yes, I heard you loud and clear Beans on Toast eaters — then just imagine I picked your favorite food and vote anyway.

Polls close at midnight on the last day of round one play, June 25!

Ole! Ole! Ole!

Group A – France (Jambon-Beurre), South Africa (Bunny Chow), Uruguay (Chivito), Mexico (Agua Fresca)

Group BArgentina (Choripán), Nigeria (Chinchin), South Korea (Soju), Greece (Saganaki)

Group C England (Beans on Toast), Algeria (Sweet Dates), United States (Hamburger), Slovenia (Sirovi štruklji)

Group D – Serbia (Ćevapčići), Germany (Wurst), Ghana (Groundnut Toffee), Australia (Violet Crumble)


Group E – Denmark (Frikadeller), Cameroon (Fruit Salad with Sweetened Coconut Milk), Japan (Gyōza), Netherlands (Gouda)

Group F – Slovakia (Zemiakové Placky), New Zealand (Meat Pies), Paraguay (Sopa Paraguaya), Italy (Pizza)

Group G – Côte d’Ivoire (Aloke), Portugal (Vinho do Porto), North Korea (Gyungdan), Brazil (Sanduíche de Calabresal)



Group H – Switzerland (Fondue), Chile (Pebre), Spain (Pintxos), Honduras (Baleadas)

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16 Responses to The Complete Football Foodie World Cup Voting Guide

  1. [...] CLICK THIS LINK to Sarah Sprague (TheStarterWife) and her amazing World Cup food breakdown. Every country in the tournament, represented by food. And you can vote. We go through some of the highlights. I think I’m going burger. [...]

  2. Dan Levy says:

    I’ll admit I only voted for North Korea because the name of their dish had Dan in it.

  3. [...] friend @TheStarterWife over at Black and Gold Tschotchkes has put together a fabulous collection of Food from around the World, representing the teams competing in the World Cup. You can see the collection of goodies below, but be sure to click through to vote for your [...]

  4. Murray says:

    Love me a meat pie

  5. Jaimie says:

    go the kiwis – and go the meat pie!

  6. Browchay says:

    Mmmmmm Meat pies !!!!! :-)

  7. Bunnychow says:

    Kiwi meat pies are horrible. For good meat pies look no further than South Africa.

  8. muerknz says:

    MEAT PIES!!!

  9. Posting recipes for many of the above dishes if you want to try them at home!

  10. The Honduran Beleada looks to be pretty tasty, but I would most love to sample the Sirovi štruklji!

  11. [...] an x-rated pinup calendar, but whatever. Gagging Towards Bethlehem: The 10 commandments of food. Black And Gold Tchotchkes: To rehash, The Starter Wife did a foodie world cup. Go there and vote. You have until June 25th. [...]

  12. [...] just go to the link.  It’s completely self-explanatory. by: Meatball on June 16, 2010 No [...]

  13. Celebrate the Spanish win with Spain conquering a variety of traditional Dutch recipes: http://worldcupfoodchallenge.blogspot.com/2010/07/sunday-712-final-spain-v-netherlands.html

  14. [...] CLICK THIS LINK to Sarah Sprague (TheStarterWife) and her amazing World Cup food breakdown. Every country in the tournament, represented by food. And you can vote. We go through some of the highlights. I think I’m going burger. [...]

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