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Ten traditional dishes from around the World

Enjoying global cuisine at home is a great way to learn about and appreciate the world, with all of its diverse ingredients and exciting flavours.

March 2020 • Jules Verne
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Comforting films to watch while social distancing

Movies can provide much-needed escapism and comfort in difficult times.

March 2020 • Jules Verne
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How to make homemade bread

Discover the joys of homemade bread!

March 2020 • Jules Verne
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Tarte aux Framboises

Tarte aux Framboises is a classic French dish that you will find in almost every boulangerie

March 2020 • Jules Verne
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Store Cupboard Suppers

Need inspiration and guidance for flavour-packed recipes that you can make using cupboard ingredients? Discover store cupboard recipes from around the world with Jules Verne.

March 2020 • Jules Verne
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Fish Amok

Traditionally cooked in a banana or palm leaf, Amok is a celebratory dish from Cambodia.

February 2020 • Jules Verne
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Highlights of Colombia & Peru - View from the Inside

"I was fortunate to join the first departure of our new tour... This was an opportunity for me to experience a new Jules Verne tour first hand and to discover the countries in the same way as our guests."

February 2020 • Jules Verne
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Best Historical Holiday Destinations

Whether you are an expert in ancient history, or just a curious traveller wanting to discover more about the past, travel can unlock history in exciting ways. 

January 2020 • Jules Verne
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A Guide to Gardens around the World

Visit destinations which are home to some of the world’s most wonderful gardens with Jules Verne, from far-flung Costa Rica to the beautiful gardens along the Italian Lakes

January 2020 • Jules Verne
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Maximise your annual leave for 2020

With plenty of bank holidays to capitalise on, learn the tricks of the trade to make your leave go further in 2020. Book early so you’re not the one left at work when everyone else is enjoying an extended break.

January 2020 • Jules Verne
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John Torode's Sri Lankan Hoppers

Hoppers in their simplest form are bowl-shaped pancakes made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk. Cooked in small round pans, they tend to come out crispy round the edges, thicker at the bottom.

January 2020 • Jules Verne
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Highlights of South Africa - View from the Inside

South Africa is a country that has it all; stunning scenery, wildlife, world renowned wines and plenty of history.

January 2020 • Joanna Saunders, Senior Product Manager
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Ceviche

Made from fresh raw fish cured in citrus juices, such as lemon or lime, Ceviche is a light summer dish, perfect for warmer months.

January 2020 • Jules Verne
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