It's a snowy day, depending on where you are, and what better way to spend it than by reading about roast goose, reverse martinis, and the catty infighting that plagued the world's most prominent chefs and food writers in the 1970's?
For centuries, thousands of Catholic pilgrims travel by foot along the Camino de Santiago, or the Way of Saint James, to visit the cathedral reputedly housing the Apostle’s tomb on the coast of Spain. This year, famous Spanish chef José Andrés undertook the ancient pilgrimage, beginning in Astorga and ending in the port of Finisterre in Galicia. Faith and food, though, go hand-in-hand for Andrés, and he took hundreds of snapshots while on the long, long walk. Here are some of our favorites.