The Witch's Cookbook
50 Wickedly Delicious Witchcraft-Inspired Recipes
by Fortuna Noir
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Pub Date 13 Sep 2022 | Archive Date 11 Oct 2022
Quarto Publishing Group – Rock Point, Rock Point
Chefs and bakers may seem to wield magic in the way they can whip up the most amazing dishes and desserts. But they are nothing compared to the original brewmasters—witches! Featuring over 50 wickedly delicious recipes, The Witch’s Cookbook is your short-and-sweet go-to for quick-and-easy meals with a mystical flair. Each recipe is witchcraft themed and can be made with traditional ingredients, plus a little bit of spellwork and magic, of course.
Get your cauldron bubbling with recipes like:
- Toadstool Toppers
- Crow Familiar Nests
- Typhon’s Black Serpent Ramen
- Persephone’s Vegetable Bounty
- Midnight Berry Pavlovas
- Love Vitality Potion
- And more!
Along with amazing meals to make any time of the year, The Witch’s Cookbook features “Witch Tips” that offer additional spells and blessings for your home and hearth. From breakfast to dessert and everything in between, The Witch’s Cookbook is sure to be your cooking companion for every solstice, full moon, and magical day of the year!
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Average rating from 59 members
I loved this! This was so informative about herbs and ingredients. I loved the notes before each recipe that explained the elements and the witchcraft history within them. I have made a few of the recipes and the didnt disappoint. I love a good cookbook and this was right up my alley. Perfect fall cookbook!
OMG this has to be the most beautiful orchestrated book I’ve seen come from this community. The author did not waste any time paying attention to details, the layout was on point. There were new recipes I’d hadn’t seen before in my 30+ years of reading / preparing from witch cookbooks. I love that she made it easy to substitute GLuten Free options if your know how to do that.
The photographer is to die for,p.
All the stars
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