Where can a medieval pilgrim expect to find a good meal on the Camino de Santiago? Learn how to survive your pilgrimage with Roman tips on how to make your bread last longer as well as where to find safe water while travelling in the countryside. We'll also sample some of the local diverse treats of medieval Spanish cuisine including the Persian-inspired dish of escabeche and miraculous pastries from a town where chickens are sacred. See you on the Camino! 

Written & Produced by Laura Carlson

Find delicious medieval recipes, resources, and soundtrack information here.

Cover Image: "Saint James as a Pilgrim with a Purse and a Staff" (Paris, 1440), courtesy of Getty Images

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