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The Wicca Cookbook: Recipes, Ritual, and Lore

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The spiritual tenets of Wicca are steeped in an inherent reverence for nature and stewardship of the environment. In fact, Wiccan practitioners have been living—and cooking—green since ancient times. In the decade since the first edition of the The Wicca Cookbook cast its spell over culinary history buffs and adventurous cooks everywhere, many readers have asked “What makes a cookbook Wiccan?” The tenth anniversary edition answers that question and more, bringing fresh dimensions to this heady witches’ brew with new rituals and delicious recipes. 

More than 100 dishes, many historically authentic, all meticulously researched, emphasize the use of organic ingredients at their seasonal peak and celebrate all the major pagan holidays: enjoy Stuffed Nasturtiums, Goddess Athena Pitas, and Deva Saffron Bread for the Spring Equinox; serve Elder Flower Chicken, Lilith’s Lily Fair Soup, and Wild Woman White Sage Jelly during the Summer Solstice; and Cupid’s Cold Slaw, Imbolc Moon Cookies, and Snowflake Cakes make delightful Candlemas treats. Nature-honoring dishes, eco-friendly living tips, and an inclusive message of spirituality make The Wicca Cookbook a unique contribution to the culinary world and a magickal tribute to the pagan spirit.  

Synopsis:

The second edition of The Wicca Cookbook features more than 100 delicious recipes that transform food preparation into a ceremonial connection that honors earthbased wisdom and pagan celebrations.

A unique culinary tribute to pagan cuisine, The Wicca Cookbook is a one-of-a-kind collection that features meticulously researched recipes and emphasizes the use of ingredients at their seasonal peak. Savory Stuffed Nasturtiums are enjoyed on the Spring Equinox, Elder Flower Chicken is served on the Summer Solstice, and Lambs Wool Apples are a Yuletide treat. Organized around the eight sabbats, or sabbaths, this edition offers a new introduction, a new chapter dedicated to cooking with kids and teens, and a dozen new, palate-bewitching recipes for nourishing the divinity within.

Synopsis:

Break out your cauldron and stir up a little witches' brew with Jamie Wood and Tara Seefeldt's unique culinary look at early pagan rituals and holiday feasts. Reaching back into the 13th and 14th centuries, THE WICCA COOKBOOK offers spellbinding ways to celebrate the divinity within nature and each of us. Without requiring any formal commitment to Wicca and its beliefs, this one-of-a-kind collection emphasizes simple recipes using ingredients at their seasonal peak, from Rose Petal Jam and Dandelion Wine to Medieval Honey Cakes and, of course, Witches' Brew. Whether youvre a practicing Wiccan or an adventurous cook, THE WICCA COOKBOOK is a charming and historically accurate tome to be treasured. Organized according to eight naturebased festivals called sabbats, it offers a variety of main dishes, side dishes, desserts, and drinks.  

About the Author

TARA SEEFELDT, a practicing Wiccan, teaches cooking classes while earning her Ph.D. in medieval history. She lives in Arizona.

JAMIE WOOD has formally practiced various forms of Wicca for more than ten years, and strongly identifies with the faery tradition. Jamie leads workshops, lectures, and retreats on manifesting the Divine and earth-based spirituality in everyday life. She is the author of THE TEEN SPELL BOOK and THE WICCA HERBAL and the coauthor of THE WICCA COOKBOOK. Jamie lives in California with her husband and two sons.

Table of Contents

Introduction        1

Creating a Sacred Space       10

Spell Casting      14

Medieval Cooking    17

Growing and Using Herbs        23

What Makes a Cookbook Wiccan?  29

Candlemas          35

   Candlemas Pâté       36

   Brigid’s Seeded Hummus 37

   Cupid’s Cold Slaw    38

   Walnut-Onion Bread   39

   Brigid’s Magical Bread 41

   Puffy Omelet         42

   Frumenty             43

   Crustade of Chicken  44

   Blood Orange Mahi Mahi 45

   Imbolc Moon Cookies  46

   Snowflake Cakes      47

   Valentine’s Chocolate 49

   Divinely Spiced Wine 50

Spring Equinox      53

   White Sage House Blessing Ceremony       54

   Wild Woman White Sage Jelly 55

   Quenelles            56

   Stuffed Nasturtiums  57

   Springtime Quiche    58

   Goddess Athena Pitas 59

   Gumbo                61

   Violet Salad         62

   Deva Saffron Bread   63

   Elder Flower Sweet Bread     64

   “Be Sweet” Honey Cakes 65

   Hot Cross Buns       66

   White Chocolate Mousse in Tulip Cups      68

   Ostara Pineapple Punch 69

   Dandelion Wine       70

Beltane           73

   Ares’ Asparagus Soup 74

   Scrumptious Sage Soup 75

   Beltane Oatcake      76

   Zucchini-Chocolate Muffins   77

   Wild Rose Faery Jam  79

   Angel Noodles in Faery Butter             80

   Ham and Calendula Finger Sandwiches      81

   Divine Chicken Skewers 82

   Griddle Ahi with Herbs 84

   Mead                 86

   May Day Wine         87

   Beltane Wine Punch   88

Summer Solstice     91

   Litha Avocado Salad  92

   Cucumber Salsa       93

   Lilith’s Lily Fair Soup      94

   Midsummer Ale Bread  95   

   Bejeweled Green Beans 96

   Noodles della Italia 97

   Vegetable Frittata   98

   Elder Flower Chicken 100

   Almond Milk         101

   Sun King Pork       102

   Sunshine Jell-O    104

   Midsummer Witches’ Rose Dessert      105

   Cherry Pottage      106

   Fruited Iced Tea    108

   Summer Sangria      109

   Rose Hip Wine       110

Lammas           113

   Potato-Corn Chowder 114

   Barley and Mushroom Soup     115

   Cornbread           116

   Herbed Flatbread    117

   Sun Bread           118

   Lugh’s Corn Casserole 119

   Sun Rice            121

   Cú Chulainn Pasta   122

   Grilled Trout       124

   Raspberry Nutty Muffins      125

   Berry, Honey, and Hazelnut Crumble 126

   Blackberry Pudding  128

   Lammas Cooler       130

   Rose Water          131

   Luscious Lavender Lemonade          132

Autumnal Equinox   135

   Dionysian Stuffed Grape Leaves      138

   Kitcheri            140

   Parsley and Potato Soup      141

   Enchanting Grape Salad 142

   Luminous Crescents  143

   Roasted Carrots     144

   Farls               146

   Yam Enchiladas      147

   Medieval Game Bird  148

   Vegetable Lamb Shanks 149

   Banana Bread        150

   Soothing Juniper and Mulled Pears      151

   Pomegranate Sorbet  152

   Witches’ Thanksgiving Brew   154

Samhain          157

   Yam and Acorn Squash Soup    158

   Chicken-Barley Stew with Herbs        159

   Onion Shortcake     160

   Apple Scones        161

   Baked Butternut Squash 162

   Stuffed Pumpkin     163

   Magickal Mushrooms  165

   Eclectic Eggplant   166

   Rosemary Salmon     167

   Pumpkin-Praline Pie 168

   Molasses-Ginger Animal Cookies           170

   All Hallows’ Eve Cakes 172

   Baked Apples        173

   Wassail Wiccan Punch 174

   Pumpkin Juice       175

Winter Solstice    177

   Bourbon-Rosemary Almonds           178

   Latkes              179

   Chakra Cranberry Sauce 180

   Wheel of the Year Soba and Tofu          182

   Caraway Breadsticks 183

   Lambs Wool Apples   184

   Yule Turkey         185

   Stuffed Turkey Burgers 188

   Tamales de los Martinez     189

   Yuletide Treats     191

   Dana Dew’s Fudge-O-Rama      192

   Hot Ginger Tea      193

   Glüwein             194

Kitchen Witchery with Kids         197

   Grandma Gloria’s French Bread             199

   Full Moon Cookies   200

   Earth Mama Granola Bars      201

   Ostara Rolls        202

   Cheesey Toast       203

   Cherry Scones       204

   Summertime Garden Pizza      205

   Autumn Awesome Apple Pie         207

   Magickal Roasted Pumpkin Pasta     208

   No Leftovers Lentil-Cauliflower Soup  210

Bibliography      211

Index            213

Metric Conversion

Chart 216

Product Details

ISBN:
9780890879955
Subtitle:
Recipes, Ritual, and Lore
Author:
Wood, Jamie
Author:
Seefeldt, Tara
Publisher:
Celestial Arts
Location:
Berkeley, CA :
Subject:
General
Subject:
Cookery
Subject:
Witchcraft
Subject:
Witchcraft & Wicca
Subject:
Rites and ceremonies
Subject:
Ritual
Subject:
General Cooking
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series Volume:
2000, v. 175
Publication Date:
20101005
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
TWO COLOR
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
9 x 9.05 x .6 in .85 lb

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"Synopsis" by , The second edition of The Wicca Cookbook features more than 100 delicious recipes that transform food preparation into a ceremonial connection that honors earthbased wisdom and pagan celebrations.

A unique culinary tribute to pagan cuisine, The Wicca Cookbook is a one-of-a-kind collection that features meticulously researched recipes and emphasizes the use of ingredients at their seasonal peak. Savory Stuffed Nasturtiums are enjoyed on the Spring Equinox, Elder Flower Chicken is served on the Summer Solstice, and Lambs Wool Apples are a Yuletide treat. Organized around the eight sabbats, or sabbaths, this edition offers a new introduction, a new chapter dedicated to cooking with kids and teens, and a dozen new, palate-bewitching recipes for nourishing the divinity within.

"Synopsis" by , Break out your cauldron and stir up a little witches' brew with Jamie Wood and Tara Seefeldt's unique culinary look at early pagan rituals and holiday feasts. Reaching back into the 13th and 14th centuries, THE WICCA COOKBOOK offers spellbinding ways to celebrate the divinity within nature and each of us. Without requiring any formal commitment to Wicca and its beliefs, this one-of-a-kind collection emphasizes simple recipes using ingredients at their seasonal peak, from Rose Petal Jam and Dandelion Wine to Medieval Honey Cakes and, of course, Witches' Brew. Whether youvre a practicing Wiccan or an adventurous cook, THE WICCA COOKBOOK is a charming and historically accurate tome to be treasured. Organized according to eight naturebased festivals called sabbats, it offers a variety of main dishes, side dishes, desserts, and drinks.  
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