This is the first one in the Cauldron series and is a simple book about how to use your magical craft in your kitchen, it contains recipes and ideas for creating edible charms and gifts and tokens, and a section on drinks and food for the celebrations of wheel of the year
This is a short extract from the introduction:
This book is a little glimpse into ‘charms’ and cooking and how magical intent in the kitchen can conjure up some spellbinding results! From charms to poppets, recipes and recitations, all are included and hopefully both your magical creativity and your taste buds will be stimulated by the ideas included, welcome to
The first section contains both ideas for recipes and relevant correspondences of colours and herbs as well as a selection of rhymes, all to encourage you to bring a touch of magic into your kitchen:
Bread is an excellent carrier for magical intent. In its making, the time taken to knead it is ideal to focus a spell and charge your cookery.
The hands on involvement, links your will directly into the physical manifestation of the bread.
Breads can serve as carriers of magical messages in two main ways, firstly baked with intent and herbs, spices etcetera as part of a spell; their delicious flavour is then part of their charm and their consumption the delivery of bounty and goodness both magical and physical.
Herb breads can deliver both physical and magical benefits ~ the medicinal and magical properties of herbs linking and reinforcing each other, for example Rosemary Bread or Walnut Bread:
again from the book
Enjoy and explore your cauldron and kitchen and remember that any recipe may be made magical with clear intent
And any moment magical with clear vision.
Magic is not something that is confined to a circle but permeates all your life. Broaden your horizons and enjoy the taste of the results but you may also notice other benefits as you draw magic more into your everyday life.