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Witch in the Kitchen: Magical Cooking for All Seasons

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  300 ratings  ·  7 reviews
A book of recipes, spells, and rituals for celebrating our connection to the Earth and her seasons

• Redesigned to focus on all eight pagan holidays.
• Includes new spells, rituals, and meditations, as well as 80 vegetarian recipes.
• Written by practicing witch Cait Johnson, coauthor of Celebrating the Great Mother (12,000 copies sold).

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Destiny Books
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Shari
This is a charming book with ideas for marking each of the eight seasonal holidays. It is a combination cookbook (I count 76 recipes total) and primer on making the kitchen a sacred space, with cooking an act of deep spiritual significance. I don't really use this book when I am looking for a recipe, but more for when I am looking to connect with the seasons.
Cherie
A- An interesting cookbook with lots of reading. Johnson is into rituals of making your kitchen a goddess-like place of enjoyment. While I am not going to do any of the spells she recommended, I will try some of her recipes, and I enjoyed the overall tone of the book. Her writing is quite intriguing and interesting, and makes me wish I lived in some cute house in the middle of nowhere with plenty of time to create lovely, hippie-like meals.
Ally
Good Recipes and just a lovely positive can do attitude about the entire way the book was written. I'm really happy I got read this book finally. It's very inspiring and makes you want to run to your kitchen and get to work, no matter where you are. For those that love this already, this will make you love it more. For those of you unsure about kitchen and yourself, this will make you get inspired and find your way again.
Heather
Feb 28, 2010 Heather rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Heather by: Will's mom
This had interesting ideas on making the kitchen more hospitable to spend time in while working on massive cooking projects. I thought the recipes were good, but I would have liked to see more of them. The rituals and meditations were good; I will have to try the one involving beans and the whole name.
Amy
A little flaky for those of us who aren't Wiccan but mere would-be kitchen witches. Has some really good recipes, and is a fun read.
Catrin
Love this book. Easy to read, comfortable, homey, down to earth.
Tamara
Has some good seasonal recipes.
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