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    Books!

    I know, this is not the book forum, but the books I recently bought (okay, 2 of them) were Kitchen Witch related. During Samhain when I was reflecting on my path and what I'd like to accomplish this coming year is cook more magically. To learn recipes and such to keep up my practice.

    So I ordered Mrs. B. Guide to Household Witchery, Everyday Magic, Spells, Recipes by Kris Bradley

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    Magical Housekeeping: Simple Charms and PracticalTips for Creating a Harmonious Home by Tess Whitehurst

    I believe I saw both these books on the suggestion thread here in this forum. I'm excited to receive them and get things going more in my house.
    It's been minutes, it's been days. It's been all that I remember. <3

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    Finally bought a new book @ www.bookdepository.com, a little hardcover: Easy to make dried flowers arrangements - Mary Lawrence. I got message it is in the mail today.

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    Very nice. Sounds like a lovely book.

    I've bought a bunch of fiction lately. I'm trying to complete a challenge to read a list of books provided by bookriot.com.

    I have found that out of the books I bought above, I have used Bradley's book the most. It's quite practical for a busy Kitchen Witch.
    It's been minutes, it's been days. It's been all that I remember. <3

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    Books related to household/home magic are amongst my favorites most used. The Cunningham book The Magical Household was one of my first buys from Llewellyn publisher's they have good sales too.
    I also have reference books that might not be magick but relate to it like the Potpourri book by Penny Black the author, not the stamps is same name. With knowledge of correspondences I adapt the recipes.

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    I have both of those, and they're ok. I also recommend Witch in the Kitchen, by Cait Johnson and A Kitchen Witch's Cookbook by Patricia Telesco.
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    I love A Kitchen Witch's Cookbook. It is one of the first books I ever bought.
    It's been minutes, it's been days. It's been all that I remember. <3

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    Also, the dedicated holiday books have recipes in them, so they're worth a look if you can get them
    "It's like a dream to try to remember but it's gone
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