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Samhain Feast

With Samhain close approaching, many witches and pagans are gathering their kitchen lists for what to bake for their end-of-harvest feast.

As with many celebrations on the witch's wheel, ingredients focused on are mostly those that are in-season, such as pumpkins, apples, potatoes, etc.

Below are a few recipe suggestions that will make your next Samhain a delicious one:

It's that time of year again! The leaves are falling, the air is crisp, and the sense of mysticism is felt in the breeze.

Well hopefully, those are all true for you, I'm a bit lacking over here in California. Gotta tell you, the constant 75-degree weather and lack of rain do a bit of damper on the feeling of spooky season.

Enter mulled wine.

Certified kitchen witchery to bring in the energy of Samhain.

Most of these herbs have an association with masculine energy. This is great for the start of the witches' new year to call on divine masculine energy and set the stage for welcoming the action-based focus so you can spend your time embodying your divine feminine and being a creator.

It’s a time when we need to find the peace within and allow rest to bring us to reflection.

The issue arises when we allow our culture, which prizes productivity, to take over this important time. It forces us to hold on to things that no longer serve us, push ourselves too far through exhaustion, and overall put us in a life we do not wish for.

This is precisely why, when it comes to the winter months, most of my kitchen witchery focuses on ensuring peace and rest within my house.

One thing I like to do on Samhain is a good fortune spell. I find that providing offerings to my ancestors during this time and explicitly asking for good fortune in return for the year generally yields prosperity coming my family's way.

Plus, it's divine. The cold weather now rolling in makes it almost necessary to start using warming spices.

Samhain Simmer Pot

-3 orange slices

-2 apple slices

-4 whole cloves

-2 cinnamon sticks

Fill a pot with 3 cups of water. Add ingredients and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer. Add more water when needed.


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