Review: ‘Grimoire of a Kitchen Witch’

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I loved this book!

It’s part personal experience, part Book of Shadows. And there are some humorous moments; it’s not dry like many of the “grimoires” one often comes across. In fact, I found myself giggling and reading little snippets to M.

She had some great ideas, as well. Some of which include setting up a tiny altar in the kitchen and cooking with intent. Cooking is something I quite enjoy and, while I don’t cook as often as I’d like thanks to my schedule, I plan on including many of her suggestions.

If you’re interested in the Kitchen Witch concept, please check out Rachel Patterson’s book. And her website.

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