It's seems there's just some sort of universal attraction to grilling - all around the world people have their own traditions and people from Japan to Brazil are grilling away in their own unique ways.
This infographic from the Kalamazoo Gourmet sets out a list of 15 countries and their grilling habits.
From the classic tandoori chicken of India to the U.S. for the might burger and Mexico for grilled fish tacos.
It's really informative and could be a great way to plan an almighty around the world grill off with you and your friends. Make sure to send us the pictures using #FDLmoment if you do.
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