Banish the ordinary in eating forever with this cauldron of culinary magic A Kitchen Witch s Cookbook provides magical sustenance for family and guests with over 300 carefully selected recipes whose ingredients were especially chosen to promote magical goals and plain good eating Encourage psychic insight, prosperity, luck, creativity, and through the food thatBanish the ordinary in eating forever with this cauldron of culinary magic A Kitchen Witch s Cookbook provides magical sustenance for family and guests with over 300 carefully selected recipes whose ingredients were especially chosen to promote magical goals and plain good eating Encourage psychic insight, prosperity, luck, creativity, and through the food that you eat.
A Kitchen Witch s Cookbook Banish the ordinary in eating forever with this cauldron of culinary magic A Kitchen Witch s Cookbook provides magical sustenance for family and guests with over carefully selected recipes whose i
The Kitchen Witch's Cookbook / 1-56718-707-2This is a very eclectic source and, true to Telesco's usual style, aims to be a "lowest common denominator" book that will appeal to as many people as possible. As such, the recipes presented here are not "new" wiccan-themed dishes but rather regional dishes from around the world, with their "magical significance" penciled in. Nor is the "magical significance" limited to wiccan and pagan traditions - Telesco frequently notes dishes as being sacred to C [...]
This book works well for me. The format is easy for my scatter-brained self to follow, and I appreciate the way she adds magical correspondences, holy days, gods and goddesses, etc. after each recipe. The index is insanely helpful, and the recipes I've tried have been very successful! This book has a prominent place on my kitchen shelf.
This is exactly what it sounds like: A cookbook. But every recipe in it has magical associations or ties to a certain holiday, and unlike some other cookbooks I've encountered, it's not full of recipes nobody really likes, recipes nobody actually tried to make before putting them in the book, or recipes full of mostly inedible stuff like potions or salves. It's a meal resource, and it'll teach you to line up certain types of foods with certain celebrations or meanings. I've personally made and e [...]
This one has an introduction for those who follow Wicca, the old religion. Even if you are not Wiccan, this is well worth the buy. Recipes from every country abound as well as whimsical ones. There are recipes for putting up food. Holidays in other countries are explained.If dandelions abound in your yard, you will find recipes in here for how to use them. You don't need to throw Tofu in the trash with this book. If you are looking for something different or are bored with the same old, same old [...]
This book was different than I thought is was going to be. It has different recipes divided into sections much like a traditional cookbook. Some of the recipes seem (at least to me) a bit odd but others sound decent. They are from different parts of the world and each says next to the dish title where it is from. Personally I wish I had gotten a different one just because most of these dishes aren't going to be good for my family because we are picky eaters. For others though I think it is a dec [...]
The recipes are great and associations are generally spot-on. Unfortunately, the information in the appenixes and intro portions is pretty spotty --but I bought it as a recipe book, not as a pagan manual, and its intent seems to be recipe book, as Ms Telesco has already written other Pagan 101 sorts of books.
I normally like Patricia Telesco's work (though sometimes her stuff seems a little unnecessarily "hip" to me and sometimes I disagree with her basic principles). However, it's undeniable that she really knows her stuff, and this cookbook contains a lot of recipes I have personally made again and again.
I loved this book, they really organized the dishes well and presented them along with key information on the elements, energetic correspondences and more. It was easy to understand and the recipes turn out great.
It was pretty helpful in making yummy dishes just can't travel with is sadly it would be better as a download. But I got this book before e-readers became so gosh darn popular. I travel to much it seems I never have it when I really want it. :(
I love that this book has wonderful gourmet recipes accompanied by info on their origins as well as ingredient attributes. Whether you're looking for a nice entree to include in a love spell or cakes and breads to celebrate a Sabbat, you'll find it here!
I like that these recipes are from all over, and that they are old. My favorite and most used recipe is the cheddar and herb bread!
Looks like some interesting foods. The book adds a magical/spiritual influence to it, which makes for some interesting reading as well.
This book has some really nice ideas and great correspondence tables in the back. I will definitely be trying out some of these recipes soon.
An all time favorite of mine
While I'd like more from the book especially with the layout, it is pretty decent with both recipes and content.
Even tried some of the recipes!
One of the best Cookbooks I have found. The compilation of recipe's gives you something to cook for any time of day and has a wide variety of drinks as well.
I like this book as a cookbook. It's got a fair share of vegetarian recipes (Which I want, since I'm a vegetarian), and some of the meat recipes are veggie adaptable. Nice.
haven't had a chance to try any of them, just not enough time! lol