RealPagan- Paganism for the Real World

The Kitchen Witch


The Kitchen Witch

Finding Magic in everyday chores. Our alter is our home, our stoves, our wands are wooden spoons, we find magic in a pinch of salt and dash of pepper. Come share recipes, food blessings,Home remedies.

Members: 85
Latest Activity: Feb 29

The Kitchen Witch's Creed

In this pot, I stir to the sun
An' follow the rule of harming none.

Banishment of bane when goin' winddershins;
An' with water and salte negativity is cleansed.

Household duties are more than chores,
Magic abounds when mopping floors.

With this broom, I do sweep
To clean my house and safely keep.

Marigold, Basil, Thyme and Yarrow
My spell is cast for a better tomorrow.

Lemons for joy and apples for health,
The power within brings great wealth.

And, in this kitchen I do pray
To truly walk the Witches Way.

Copyright 1998, 1999 E. Zeigler

Discussion Forum

Beltaine Food!

Started by Satharra. Last reply by MoonCrone Feb 29. 5 Replies

Sloe Gin

Started by Grayson Dec 21, 2011. 0 Replies

Using garlic

Started by Duir Nov 17, 2011. 0 Replies

Honey made for the divine

Started by Tawny. Last reply by Tawny Oct 4, 2011. 3 Replies

Vitamin C

Started by Duir. Last reply by EmJ Jun 21, 2011. 2 Replies

Comment Wall

Add a Comment

You need to be a member of The Kitchen Witch to add comments!

Comment by Grayson on February 22, 2012 at 7:22
Comment by Grayson on February 22, 2012 at 6:29

Yes Eric, I'm a fan of the brown rice risotto too, I often add a couple of handfulls of camargue red rice to it too, this red rice has to be cooked separatly though, it takes an age to cook!

Or another winner Dsuyentor is a Biryani, I make a Veggie one for my self, but have made a nice Lamb one for guests.

I'll pop a (as always with me) rough recipe  on here.

Comment by Eric Reany on January 12, 2012 at 23:43

Hi to this group, oh and for the brown rice, I use just cheap brown rice, but if you cook it risotto style with onions, garlic, and in my opinion mushrooms and just slowly add water or stock of your choice little by little it comes out great (but get the normal rice not the 10 minute cooking

Comment by Duir on November 17, 2011 at 11:24

Posting on the use of Garlic.  Enjoy!  Hugs

Comment by Dsuyentor on August 26, 2011 at 21:48
hey does anyone have any good recipes for brown rice? what brand do y'all use? I can't seem to make any good tasting brown rice no matter how many cups of rice/water to use LOL.. hmm..
Comment by Tawny on June 26, 2011 at 0:44

Hi EmJ!!


Well this is just my opinion and what works for me...

I Kind of view it along the lines with the moon cycles, clockwise or waxing: counter clockwise or waning.... 

If i wanted to banish something counterclockwise, like i made a headache tea for my hubby, and I stirred that counterclockwise to help rid him of the headache... but i tend to really stir clockwise to bring in positive energy to anything i make or cook... 

Thats what I tend to do in my practice... =) 

its all about you and your intent, so if you feel better doing it your way then you should do that!! 

Comment by EmJ on June 25, 2011 at 23:50

How important is stirring clockwise? For some reason (maybe due to my severe right handed-ness) I always spill when turning clockwise!! It's so much smoother when stirring counter clockwise - what do you guys think?


Comment by Tawny on June 25, 2011 at 23:34
Hey all new members! and welcome =) I have taken a huge leave of absence, focusing on me and my girls while my hubby is overseas. Ive worked on myself a bit and feel great! blessings to all of you, and love the posts =)
Comment by JaemyGem on April 15, 2011 at 9:47

Hello, everyone!  SO glad to have found this community and all these amazing groups (including this one, of course)!  A long-held passion of mine has been standing in front of a stove and letting my intuition lead to the process of making a meal!  I am also INCREDIBLY proud AND humbled to be able to say that only my current roommate has EVER added ANYTHING to my cooking!  And he adds stuff to EVERYTHING, so it "doesn't count."  ;)  This month has been all about eggs, cheese, pancakes and chocolate for breakfast!  I LOVE THE OSTARA SEASON!  :)


Blessings  <3

Comment by Abby Noel Smith on March 15, 2011 at 23:36
Hello. Cant wait to Learn. Where should I start?

Members (85)


© 2012   Created by Sangraal.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

The Pagan Top Sites List