For an unrivalled insight into the food and gastronomic history of the Camino Primitivo, the original Compostela Trail through northern Spain’s stunning Asturias region, there simply is no better escort than Dee Nolan.
Some of you may already be aware of Dee from her former life as a journalist. However after her own emotional journey along the Way of St James Dee changed her career path by deciding to connect with the soil back on her grandfather’s farm in South Australia where she established Nolans Road, a name that has come to mean premium, certified organic produce that is farmed in harmony with nature.
Dee’s journey along the Camino took her back to the very heart of things: why we should care about what we eat and how it is produced and why we need escape valves like the pilgrimage in our busy modern lives. Inspired by Europe’s artisanal food producers, her travels are beautifully presented in her book A Food Lover’s Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
For those who have the privilege of joining Dee on our Food Lover’s Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela tour in September 2012 you can expect an extraordinary experience thanks to Dee and our local bilingual guide.
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