A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to France: From the Vineyards of Burgundy to the Mountains of the Basque Country: Food, Wine, Walking and History on the French Pilgrim Paths to Santiago de Compostela

Nolan, Dee

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Synopsis: From the author of the award-winning A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela

Most of the early pilgrims were French and now Dee retraces their steps, seeking out the ancient paths through France. Dee's French pilgrimage winds through magnificent and changing landscapes: from Burgundy's vine-covered slopes to the gastronomic capital of Lyon; up onto the vast windswept meadows of the Aubrac plateau; along the dramatic Lot river; through the gentle hills of Gascony and, finally, to the trout-filled rivers of the Pyrenees. She meets the monks whose medieval predecessors planted the vineyards we see today, visits local markets with some of France's greatest chefs, cooks traditional recipes in home kitchens, and walks with farmers taking cattle to the high pasture.

About the Author: Dee Nolan runs an organic farm producing Nolans Road extra virgin olive oil and breeding Southdown sheep. Dee trained as a newspaper reporter on the Herald in Melbourne and went on to have a distinguished career as a magazine editor and senior newspaper executive on some of the world's leading titles in London and New York. She was three times awarded Editor Of The Year by the British Society of Magazine Editors (BSME). Her first book,  A Food Lover's Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, was recognized in the 2010 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards as one of the best culinary travel books in the world.

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Book Description Penguin Books Australia, Australia, 2015. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 313 x 259 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. Time and again I d heard that the Santiago pilgrim paths in France were exceptionally beautiful. But no one warned me how powerful the connection to the pilgrims of the past would be. Dee Nolan s award-winning book, A Food Lover s Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, took us across Spain on a heartwarming journey along The Way of Saint James, also called the camino, revealing how this famous medieval pilgrimage is drawing us back, tugging at our modern hearts and minds in a way nobody could have foretold. Most of the early pilgrims were French and now Dee retraces their steps, seeking out the ancient paths through France. She discovers a golden thread that connected the saint s relics in Spain to the once-powerful French monks at Cluny - without whom there may well have been no pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela at all. Dee s French pilgrimage winds through magnificent and changing landscapes- from Burgundy s vine-covered slopes to the gastronomic capital of Lyon; up onto the vast windswept meadows of the Aubrac plateau; along the dramatic Lot river; through the gentle hills of Gascony and, finally, to the trout-filled rivers of the Pyrenees.She meets the monks whose medieval predecessors planted the vineyards we see today, visits local markets with some of France s greatest chefs, cooks traditional recipes in home kitchens and walks with farmers taking cattle to the high pasture. Having returned, after decades, to her own family farm, Dee tells the stories of others for whom a sense of place brings immeasurable meaning to their life and to the food they grow and cook, honouring, as well, those who have gone before. Bookseller Inventory # AA79781921382918

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