witches cookbook

Simmer Pot For Peace and Love

Since we are having guests over for the first time ever, I really want the house to feel…inviting and cozy and warm. SO! I decided to craft a little simmer pot to get those juices flowing!

  • 2 Lemons, peeled and sliced (for cleansing, and for joy)
  • Roughly 2 TBSP of Rosemary (for Love, protection and peace)
  • 3 TBSP Lavender (Love, happiness, comfort)
  • Pinch of Sea Salt (for cleansing and purifying)

So, just combine these all in a small pot, fill it with water, and bring it to a boil. Then reduce heat and let it simmer however long, adding more water when it gets low. 

PRO-TIP- Don’t throw away those lemon peels!! You can dry them and use them for witchcraft! You can soak them in salt to make Lemon Salt!! You can candy them and eat ‘em! 

My alphabetical 25 favorite horror films of 2016 which I will probably keep updating until the end of 2017.

10 Cloverfield Lane

The Alchemist Cookbook

Antibirth

The Autopsy of Jane Doe

Blair Witch

The Conjuring 2

Darling

Don’t Breathe

Evolution

The Eyes of My Mother

Francesca

Friend Request

Green Room

Hush

I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House

The Invitation

The Monster

Neon Demon

Southbound

They Look Like People

Train to Busan

Trash Fire

Under the Shadow

The Wailing

The Witch

My Path Thus Far

It’s pretty amazing to me to see how far I’ve come and how much I’ve changed since starting this journey into witchcraft. 

As I’m sitting here, trying to decide how to set up my “Cookbook,” I realize that, I don’t want to put anything about the elements, or casting circles, or energy work. I don’t need anything on the Wheel of the Year, or the importance of the moon phases, or basic correspondences. 

I don’t feel the need to write these things down anymore because I know them by heart. I have these things all memorized verbatim and I don’t have to read about them anymore. More than that, they aren’t important to my craft anymore! I don’t need this knowledge recorded anymore. It’s such a strange thought to me!

Kitchen Witchery

These are the books we have cataloged for kitchen witchery. Feel free to send in suggestions or add thoughts to any of these!

Cunningham’s Encyclopedia of Wicca in the Kitchen by Scott Cunningham

Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch by Rachel Patterson

The Kitchen Witch by Soraya

A Kitchen Witch’s Cookbook by Patricia Telesco

Supermarket Magic by Michael Furie

The Wild and Weedy Apothecary by Doreen Shababy

  • Also a good resource for herbs

A Witch’s Brew by Patricia Telesco

  • Contains historical inaccuracies, but a good resource for magical recipes