Cooking by Moonlight: A Witch's Guide to Culinary Magick

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 2003 - Cooking - 224 pages
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Cooking by Moonlight.


Learn how to prepare mouthwatering temptations that feed your body and spirit; from fresh-picked herb salad and ginger-frosted pineapple cake served under a sultry summer crescent moon, to the soul-satisfying comfort of maple-glazed turkey meat loaf and spicy pumpkin soup best eaten during the chilly winter moons.

Cooking by Moonlight invites you to begin cooking with intention, in harmony with the seasons and moon phases. Inside, you'll find lunar menus, tips for using herbs and spices magickally, and guidelines for stocking a moonlit pantry. With over 100 tasty and nourishing recipes for you to savor, beverages, appetizers, soups, breads, main dishes, side dishes and vegetables, salads, and desserts, you can reconnect with the seasons in a delicious way.
 

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Contents

By the Light of the Moon
1
Developing Seasonal Intuition
7
Love Foods and Practical Magic
13
Notes from a Moonlit Kitchen
19
Using Herbs and Spices Magically
31
Lunar Lessons and Moonlit Menus
43
Soulful Soups for Body Mind Spirit
93
Breads and Muffins
109
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About the author (2003)

Karri A. Allrich is an artist and creative cook who enjoys developing recipes featuring seasonal ingredients and inspired flavor combinations.

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