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Beer Caviar Is a Thing at the World Cup

This Machine Will Print Live Tweets on Beer Foam So Drinkers Can Pay Attention to the World Cup

9 Global Snacks for a Women's World Cup Viewing Party

From German soft pretzel sticks to super-crispy Asian-inspired wings, here are nine killer DIY snack recipes for your Women’s World Cup viewing party.

7 Avocado Dishes You Should Definitely Eat While Watching the First US World Cup Match

The United States will step onto the field tonight in its first World Cup match against Ghana. To fuel themselves for the game, the American team brought staples to Brazil, including oatmeal, Cheerios and peanut butter. However, avocados top the list of foods that US players can’t do without: The team consumes an average of one case a day. Here, seven avocado dishes to makes for game time.

Bratwursts vs. Burgers: 10 Dishes to Make for the Germany–USA World Cup Match

When the US meets Germany this afternoon, it may be a brawl in Brazil. Here, five bratwurst and five burger dishes worth fighting over.

1. Bratwurst with Mustardy Fried Potatoes and Braised Cabbage
Suzanne Goin’s terrific salad is made with citrus–spiced red cabbage, bratwurst and a mustardy vinaigrette.

10 Game-Day Snacks That Will Win Any World Cup Viewing Party

Here, 10 recipes that will be a hit at any World Cup gathering.

1. Sesame-Chile Kettle Corn
Whole red chiles add fantastic heat to this healthier version of kettle corn.

2. Fingerling Papas Bravas with Smoky Aioli
Smoked paprika lends delicious flavor to the lemony aioli.

Caipirinha vs. Pisco Cocktails: 6 Drinks to Make for the Brazil-Chile World Cup Match

The knockout stage of the World Cup begins tomorrow with Brazil facing its South American rival, Chile. Here, three Caipirinhas and three Pisco cocktails to enjoy on game day.

1. Caipirinha
Brazil's most famous cocktail is a simple mix of crushed lime, sugar and cachaça over ice.

RELATED: Daniel Boulud's Caipirinha

Bananas vs. Brie: 10 Dishes to Make for the Ecuador–France World Cup Match

Today, Ecuador, one of the world’s top banana-producing nations, faces off against France, the land of cheese. Here, five banana and five Brie dishes to make for the game.

1. Banana-Walnut Bread with Flax
Looking for a way to use overripe bananas? Make this delicious quick bread.

2. Banana Smoothies
These healthy shakes require just five ingredients, plus ice.

7 Pizzas You Should Definitely Eat While Watching Soccer

Brazil isn’t cheap, as World Cup visitors have recently discovered. Prices for a pepperoni pizza in Rio can reach $35. Luckily, you can make one here at home for much less. Here, seven pizzas that are better than delivery for watching the World Cup.

1. Nancy Silverton’s Tomato-Oregano Pizza
This incredible no-cheese pizza is topped with only tomato sauce and oregano.

5 Ways to Take Cachaça Beyond the Caipirinha

Cachaça, a Brazilian rum-esque spirit distilled from sugarcane, is primarily known as the base spirit for one drink: the strong, limey caipirinha. Don’t get us wrong—we love a caipirinha or three, but keeping cachaça penned into one role is like limiting Bryan Cranston to playing only meth-dealing dads for the rest of his life.