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    Son of a Witch’s Cookies Today we are going to be making my sons famous chocolate chip cookies. He has played around with chocolate chip cookie recipes for years and this is the best one ever. I cant take any credit for this recipe its all his, Alexx Mascorro. Since he is my son and I am a witch we thought this would be a cute name for them. Son of a Witch’s Chocolate Chip Cookies. Ingredients 1 C. Bread Flour 3/4 C. All Purpose Flour 2 tsp. Salt 1 tsp. Baking Soda 1 C. Butter (melted) 1 C. Brown Sugar 1/2 C. White Sugar 1 tsp. Vanilla Extract 1…

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    Review of Cook Off Bright Blessings, Film Lovers! I found another African gem of a film, and this one made history as being the first one from Zimbabwe to sign a deal to be shown on Netflix! Here is the trailer to this magical comedy:     It’s the 2017 film Cook Off directed by Tomas BrickHil and starring Tendainashe Chitma as the brilliant Anesa, whose life seems to be going nowhere. Anesa dropped out of school when she became pregnant with her son, Tapiwa very young, and is a single mom, getting by working for a total scrooge, selling street food in a poor neighborhood. One day, Tapiwa sees…

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    Potato Gnocchi Soup Today we are going to make a new recipe that I have been playing with and I finally got it to where my family loves it. It’s so creamy and not watery at all. If you don’t like potato gnocchi you can leave it out and add potato chunks or any other veggie you like. Just add it in right after you saute the onions and celery.   Ingredients 1 C. Yellow Onion finely chopped 1 C. Celery diced small 1 TBSP. Olive Oil 1 TBSP. Minced Garlic (3 cloves) 3 1/2 C. Warm Water 6 Tsp. Chicken broth powder 1 Tsp. Celery Salt Salt and Pepper…

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    Book Review – Practically Pagan: An Alternative Guide to Cooking by Rachel Patterson

    Book Review Practically Pagan An Alternative Guide to Cooking by Rachel Patterson 288 Pages     Practically Pagan is a new series of books from Moon Books, a publisher which focuses on Pagan spirituality and related topics. The series is designed to give readers a new perspective on everyday topics, with this volume on cooking looking at a variety of ways to incorporate your faith, spirituality or pagan practices into the dishes you make. Rachel Patterson is a prolific author and famous as a Kitchen Witch. She heads up the Kitchen Witch Coven and is an Elder of the Kitchen Witch School of Natural Witchcraft. Previous books by Rachel include…

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    Television Show Review & Interview With Jane Velez Mitchell – A New Day/A New Chef

    Television Show Review – A New Day A New Chef     I was glad to be asked to review a new vegan cooking show; personally, I had been having some difficulty sticking to my vegan diet and watching this show helped. As we are all aware, plant-based foods are fast overtaking animal-based foods in sales. Even those who are avowed meat eaters will occasionally have a plant-based meal. This is a boon to our bodies, our environment and, of course, the animals. Because of this fast growing trend in taste and lifestyle, more and more guidance is needed for those who wish to try veganism. Cookbooks abound, but it…

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    Pixie Witch Kitchen … A Second Helping

    Yorkshire Pudding I thought for this months recipe I would do one of my favorite sides. Yorkshire Pudding. Nope its not a pudding at all, the name sure does confuse a lot of people. Its like an American popover but much, much better. Why do they call it Yorkshire pudding? The Yorkshire pudding was known as a “dripping pudding” because of its use of the juices from the meat — and was served as an appetizer to fill up the person due to the relative scarcity and usually small portions of meat that would be served. It is a British recipe started about 1737. It has been changed up a…

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    Witchy Fingers Stew aka String Bean Stew   Today we are going to make a delicious stew that I call witchy fingers stew since the string beans look like a witch’s fingers. It is a great stew to serve up for Beltane. It has a little kick to it but if your not into spicy you can omit the cayenne pepper. The spice is for the fire of Beltane. The Earthy string beans, onions, celery and meat go so well together. Beltane is a time to celebrate fertility of the Earth, fire and abundance. It is celebrated on May 1st in the Northern Hemisphere and on November 1st in the…

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    Goddess Stuffed Eggs Since Ostara is just around the corner I thought this would be a fun and delicious recipe to share with you. Its a bit different then the traditional deviled eggs especially with the ranch dressing and bbq sauce drizzled on top. Yep you read that right. A lot of people think eww that doesn’t sound good but once they try it they fall in love with them. I’ve made them for parties and Ostara rituals before and they vanish fast. So give it a try. You will love them, too. Have a Blessed Ostara. Ok lets start. Gather up the following ingredients. Ingredients 12 Large Eggs 1…

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    Homemade Italian Parmesan Bread and Homemade Butter On February 1st we celebrated Imbolc which is also called Brigid’s Day. It is the half way mark between winter and spring. Some of the foods prepared on this day are homemade breads and homemade butter. So today we will be making a delicious Italian Parmesan Bread with a bread machine. Yea I know that’s not very traditional using a bread machine, ok its not traditional at all but it fast and easy to do especially if you don’t have much time or have any medical issues and cant knead the bread yourself. Don’t worry I included directions to do it by hand…

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    Everything Under the Moon Soup   This is a great recipe I came up with a few years ago playing around in the kitchen. Isn’t that how all great recipes are made? It’s a very tasty, healthy, thick soup that you can eat by itself or with any meal. I like to serve it with baked chicken or pork chops. I named it everything under the Moon for a reason, as you can add anything to it. Ingredients 7 carrots 5 potatoes 1 white onion 4 celery stalks 2 zucchinis 1 tsp. minced garlic 1/2 cup red lentils 1 can (10oz) diced tomatoes with chilies 1/2 green cabbage (optional) 2…