Title: The Witch’s Cookbook
Author’s Name: Fortuna Noir
Publisher: Rock Point
Page Count: 120 Pages
Author or Book Website: N/A
Link to Amazon purchase page: The Witch’s Cookbook: 50 Wickedly Delicious Witchcraft-Inspired Recipes: Noir, Fortuna: Amazon.com: Books
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How I Got the Book: Review Copy
Summary of the Book:
Make every meal magical with The Witch’s Cookbook, your very own recipe grimoire!
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
- Midnight Berry Pavlovas
- The Evening Elixir
- Thrice Boiled Eggs
- 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!
My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. The part I enjoyed most about this book was the name of the recipes. I really want to try the Cerridwen Goddess Pancakes. It all just gave a magical feel to the recipes. Even the watermelon pizza or figs and berries. It makes me want to try them and add them to my special occasion. Reading cookbooks always makes me hungry and I want to try combinations that are new to me.
My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars