Ξ October 9th, 2016 | → Comments Off on A WITCH’S WORLD OF MAGICAL FOOD | ∇ Spirituality |

Best recipes: Ketchup from the Hedge, Sweet Potato Bravas, Lavender and Lemon Chicken, and Coriander Cookies.

Rachel Patterson is the High Priestess of the Kitchen Witch Coven and an Elder at the online Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchcraft. I had no idea there was such an online resource, and I think if you’re a kitchen witch this is definitely worth checking out.

What a wonderfully laid out book, filled with simple yummy recipes from beginning to end. You might have to bookmark your favorite recipes in a few places, but most of the book’s recipes are easy to access over and over.

The ritual and magical information is equally as accessible, and what a wealth it is covering – all the pagan holy days as well as most major life events. What great magical resource!

The author definitely inspires her reader to want to experience the magic of foods. Her recipes are an alchemical blend of aromas, taste enjoyments and quality home cooking. The language alone makes your mouth water, can you imagine what foods would do?

Easy to follow recipes can be accomplished by even the most challenged cooks. So don’t be afraid to add a little kitchen magic to your life.

And you get a real sense of the kitchen as the sacred hearth of every home. Plus, I loved it that she introduced her readers to edible flowers, which is a wonderful higher vibrational magic.

Overall, a well done magical cookbook and ritual resource for anyone looking to spice up their life.


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