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Learn the craft of a kitchen witch to attract and renew love with 55 easy and romantic recipes and 33 magical practices. From loving yourself, your family, and friends to romancing a significant other—love comes in many different forms. But what attracts love? What sustains it? And what can you do when you need to find love within yourself? A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipe Learn the craft of a kitchen witch to attract and renew love with 55 easy and romantic recipes and 33 magical practices. From loving yourself, your family, and friends to romancing a significant other—love comes in many different forms. But what attracts love? What sustains it? And what can you do when you need to find love within yourself? A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance includes all the recipes and magic you need to find—and maintain—love, using ingredients that have spiritual properties and associations with love, sex, and romance. Combining the principles of Pagan beliefs and practices with easy recipes and personal anecdotes, this beautifully illustrated book will inspire you to cook up a little magic with positive intentions, simple spellcraft, and visualization techniques. Featuring recipes for dishes like: -Avocado Chocolate Mousse -Pomegranate Mimosas with Muddled Raspberries -Stuffed Zucchini Pinwheels -Strawberry, Spinach & Feta Salad -Pork Loin Roast with Cherries & Red Wine From celebrating love in all forms to rekindling romances with old flames, these fifty-five recipes use simple ingredients and make being in love easier—and tastier—than ever.


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Learn the craft of a kitchen witch to attract and renew love with 55 easy and romantic recipes and 33 magical practices. From loving yourself, your family, and friends to romancing a significant other—love comes in many different forms. But what attracts love? What sustains it? And what can you do when you need to find love within yourself? A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipe Learn the craft of a kitchen witch to attract and renew love with 55 easy and romantic recipes and 33 magical practices. From loving yourself, your family, and friends to romancing a significant other—love comes in many different forms. But what attracts love? What sustains it? And what can you do when you need to find love within yourself? A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance includes all the recipes and magic you need to find—and maintain—love, using ingredients that have spiritual properties and associations with love, sex, and romance. Combining the principles of Pagan beliefs and practices with easy recipes and personal anecdotes, this beautifully illustrated book will inspire you to cook up a little magic with positive intentions, simple spellcraft, and visualization techniques. Featuring recipes for dishes like: -Avocado Chocolate Mousse -Pomegranate Mimosas with Muddled Raspberries -Stuffed Zucchini Pinwheels -Strawberry, Spinach & Feta Salad -Pork Loin Roast with Cherries & Red Wine From celebrating love in all forms to rekindling romances with old flames, these fifty-five recipes use simple ingredients and make being in love easier—and tastier—than ever.

30 review for A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Recipes for Love Romance: Loving You * Attracting Love * Rekindling the Flames (A Cookbook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lyndie

    This book oozes postivity and self love and let me tell you.. YA .GIRL. IS. HERE. FOR. IT! This book has so much to offer its readers EVEN if witchery on any level isnt your thing. I am going to be as transparent as possible and say that when I picked up this book I had no clue what kitchen witchery even was. A Kitchen Witch is a Witch who focuses their magical practice on the home and uses things commonly found in the kitchen as magickal tools. A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Recipes for Love & Roma This book oozes postivity and self love and let me tell you.. YA .GIRL. IS. HERE. FOR. IT! This book has so much to offer its readers EVEN if witchery on any level isnt your thing. I am going to be as transparent as possible and say that when I picked up this book I had no clue what kitchen witchery even was. A Kitchen Witch is a Witch who focuses their magical practice on the home and uses things commonly found in the kitchen as magickal tools. A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance offers its readers the chance to learn and practice kitchen witchery in order to attract and renew love. It is also a gorgeous recipe book, the photos included are breathtaking. Most of the recipes are simple but delicious and focus around love of self and others. It shows how to cook using ingredients that have energetic properties and speaks of their associations with love, sex, and romance. It also teaches the importance of positive intentions and visualization. This guide is heavily rooted in Paganism but I hope that doesnt limit those who choose to read it. Even myself as a Christian, I found this book to be inspirtational and thought- provoking. The idea of putting a little of ourselves and positivity and light into all that we do , I think is a concept that many can benefit from. On another side Dawn Aurora Hunt is simply just a damn good writer. Her personality just spills from the pages. I found myself laughing at her anecdotes frequently. I honestly cannot wait to read more works from her in the future. Join in on the celebration of love and give this book a try! I recieved a digital copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley im exchange for an honest review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Elson

    This review originally appeared on The Magical Buffet's website on 10/12/2020. What can I say? I love food. I also happen to love Dawn Aurora Hunt, owner of Cucina Aurora, purveyor of fine olive oils and other treats. When I found out that she had a cookbook coming out, I literally tracked down the publisher and emailed them out of the blue asking for a copy. And they delivered, thanks Tiller Press! I expected a standard cookbook from “A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance,” typic This review originally appeared on The Magical Buffet's website on 10/12/2020. What can I say? I love food. I also happen to love Dawn Aurora Hunt, owner of Cucina Aurora, purveyor of fine olive oils and other treats. When I found out that she had a cookbook coming out, I literally tracked down the publisher and emailed them out of the blue asking for a copy. And they delivered, thanks Tiller Press! I expected a standard cookbook from “A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance,” typical aphrodisiac type stuff, but it is a whole lot more. “A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance” is an amazing exploration of love, food, and the author’s journey with both. The book is divided into 3 parts: Self-Love, Attracting Love, and Rekindling the Fires. All of this covers such topics as honesty, self-care, building friendship, dating, attracting romance, and more. Of course, along with all of that are recipes ranging from beginner to advanced. And you know what happens now, don’t you? I tell you about the recipe I tried! I went with something easy and delicious sounding, Lemon Ginger Tonic. “This tonic with purifying lemon, heart-warming cinnamon, and lively ginger will you with warmth and healing energy. With each sip, envision negativity and hurt melting away.” This recipe was super simple and amazing tasting! Seriously, a winter addiction may be at hand because this tastes like the best mulled cider you ever had in your life…. without the cider! Take ingredients and dump them in a glass, then top with boiling water! I had a killer headache when I made this and hand to god, this with a couple of ibuprofens mellowed me right out and I slept like a baby that night. Owning a copy of “A Kitchen Witch’s Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance” by Dawn Aurora Hunt is a guarantee of experiencing a life with more love and delicious food.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alexandra

    A few foods described. Some nice recipes and ideas dor different kinds of love and romance. To the point of other information. The main focus is the main ingredient and the thing to do. A good book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Meghan

    This book was received as an ARC from Tiller Press in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I was intrigued by this book having previewed four books that focus on paganism and crystals. I am also a foodie trying to build our cookbook collection so when I stumbled on this book I knew I had to take the chance. I loved the descriptions on the importance of self love and care and the recipes that corresponded to especially the pomegranate This book was received as an ARC from Tiller Press in exchange for an honest review. Opinions and thoughts expressed in this review are completely my own. I was intrigued by this book having previewed four books that focus on paganism and crystals. I am also a foodie trying to build our cookbook collection so when I stumbled on this book I knew I had to take the chance. I loved the descriptions on the importance of self love and care and the recipes that corresponded to especially the pomegranate mimosas with muddled cherries along with the Rose Red Velvet Cake to name a few. All of the recipes look delicious and I can't wait to try them for myself. We will consider adding this title to our Cookbook collection at our library. That is why we give this book 5 stars.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    I am someone who tends to cook a d eat without much thought to either task. I like the idea of meditation and intention being tied to the act of cooking. I think that buy taking time while you are cooking it lends itself to more mindful eating. The meditation and careful planning of ingredients fot wellness is a really powerful way to make eating a more grateful and thoughtful activity

  6. 4 out of 5

    FMSWarrior

    How often do you think about the love that our Mothers and Grandmothers put in what they cook for us? In our family I often heard “You can taste the love” at family dinners and celebrations. It comes from the ingredients and intention that they used to cook. Now you can learn to cook for your honey, friends and family with the ingredients and intent that magically infuse your meals with your own dose of love. The recipes in the book are enticing and use everyday ingredients you may not have known How often do you think about the love that our Mothers and Grandmothers put in what they cook for us? In our family I often heard “You can taste the love” at family dinners and celebrations. It comes from the ingredients and intention that they used to cook. Now you can learn to cook for your honey, friends and family with the ingredients and intent that magically infuse your meals with your own dose of love. The recipes in the book are enticing and use everyday ingredients you may not have known hold properties to help you infuse your meals with love and/or to attract love. Whether you are married or single, you will find recipes in here for love. Easy to follow recipes and yummy goodness that is sealed with your intentions of love.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Toni Armstrong

    Reading A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance is like coming home to smell fresh tomato sauce and meatballs cooking on the stove. It's like getting a giant hug. Dawn's writing is funny and thoughtful, and you can hear the smile in her tone. Her writing challenges me over and over to be kinder to myself and to be more mindful of how I show my care for those I love most. Each story feels like I could hear Dawn telling it to me over a meal at dinnertime -- and I find myself laughing Reading A Kitchen Witch's Guide to Recipes for Love & Romance is like coming home to smell fresh tomato sauce and meatballs cooking on the stove. It's like getting a giant hug. Dawn's writing is funny and thoughtful, and you can hear the smile in her tone. Her writing challenges me over and over to be kinder to myself and to be more mindful of how I show my care for those I love most. Each story feels like I could hear Dawn telling it to me over a meal at dinnertime -- and I find myself laughing out loud along with her. "If you have ever made a pot of soup for someone who is sick, putting all the love and healthy thoughts you possibly can into this soup and knowing that it is going to make that person feel so much better, you have practiced kitchen witchery," Dawn writes. This book is endlessly accessible from whatever religious or spiritual mindset you approach it. At every turn of the page, there is another tip, or another way to take the practices Dawn advises and incorporate them into your life. The recipes are written in such a way that anyone could pick up the book and learn, and make something delicious. And with the creativity of these recipes, you are guaranteed to make something delicious. This review could not be complete without talking about the PHOTOS and the ILLUSTRATIONS!! Holy shit! I opened my book to a photograph of fresh tomato bruschetta, the thick slices of toast covered in bright chopped tomatoes and fresh basil and garlic. A carafe of olive oil sits beside bright green basil in the photo, and I swear, I could smell that basil right out of the book. On another page, I want to stick my finger into the pot of "Citrus Earl Grey Marmalade" (how creative is that??!), but I guess I'll just have to try the recipe for myself! And the illustrations! Wow!! You can see from the cover of the book just a tiny glimpse of the visual treat that this book has in store for you. I'd like to get nearly every illustration framed for my kitchen, please. Whether you are a long-practicing witch or more of a normie like myself, this book is rich in delightful stories, creative ideas, incredible recipes, and (literally) food for thought. This book is exactly what I need to fill my heart back up with love so I can share some wonderful food with all those I love.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jaxadoodle

    Three of my favorite things all in one book - love, food, and magic. There isn’t much that I love more than Love. It’s the energy that binds us - it’s romance, it’s kindness, it’s nature and nurture. Well, I guess there is at least one more thing ... because I love good food! I really enjoyed how the book focuses on different types of Love (self love, romance, friendship and bonding, etc) and suggests how to tap into each type by using specific foods with specific intentions (this is the magic at Three of my favorite things all in one book - love, food, and magic. There isn’t much that I love more than Love. It’s the energy that binds us - it’s romance, it’s kindness, it’s nature and nurture. Well, I guess there is at least one more thing ... because I love good food! I really enjoyed how the book focuses on different types of Love (self love, romance, friendship and bonding, etc) and suggests how to tap into each type by using specific foods with specific intentions (this is the magic at work). The pictures are so good and I have many pages already marked for the recipes I want to try. That Apple Fig compote has my name on it! I will admit that I own a cabinet full of Cucina Aurora infused oils and it was because I was going to place a reorder of some items online that I even learned about this book. I’m so glad I found it, though. This isn’t a sponsored review, I’m just a super fan of everything Dawn does. Would highly recommend.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Aftan

    Seafood Risotto. Four-Cheese Baked Macaroni.Spicy Sweet Potato Poutine. This and many other delicious recipes can be found in this perfectly sized book. Add in a bit of explanation on the power of food, great pictures, easy to follow directions, recipes that don't require a ton of crazy ingredients and a little bit of magic....and you have the perfect recipe for an cookbook that is both delicious to cook out of and enjoyable to read. Kitchen witch or not-highly recommended! ~*~ I was given a free Seafood Risotto. Four-Cheese Baked Macaroni.Spicy Sweet Potato Poutine. This and many other delicious recipes can be found in this perfectly sized book. Add in a bit of explanation on the power of food, great pictures, easy to follow directions, recipes that don't require a ton of crazy ingredients and a little bit of magic....and you have the perfect recipe for an cookbook that is both delicious to cook out of and enjoyable to read. Kitchen witch or not-highly recommended! ~*~ I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ~*~

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jenessa

    Fabulous recipes and anecdotes about love and food. Emphasis on the earth and natural remedies, as opposed to witchcraft, as the title may imply. The tikka masala recipe was simple enough for weekday cooking, but delicious enough to serve to company! I can’t wait to try more recipes— the cheesecake stood out as a “need to try!” Five stars!!!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    VICTORIA MATO

    Dawn Hunt truly brings herself alive in every recipe. Everythng she does comes from the bottom of her heart. I know everyone will love it from the beautiful pictures and all the treasured recipes she shares. Victoria Mato

  12. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Interesting read and some really good ideas for using specific food with specific intentions.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Pinky

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Body positivity, good food, and ideas and tips to set the mood and set you up right for more than a magical night.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Dana

    Lots of good information and some new ideas. An absolute must have for the shelf! So many fun and easy to follow recipes and the illustrations are wonderful.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Abigail

    Really enjoyed this book, although I have the inability to follow recipes, there was a bunch of inspiration and it was just nice to feel my passion for food being legitimized and honored.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Amanda Judd

    This is probably the most woo woo book that I've really enjoyed. This is probably the most woo woo book that I've really enjoyed.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kalie Brown

  18. 5 out of 5

    Crystal M Poor

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sue Williams

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cori

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey B

  22. 4 out of 5

    Bev

  23. 5 out of 5

    Roxana Rathbun

  24. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Cheresnick

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alisia

  26. 4 out of 5

    Raquel

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lori

  28. 5 out of 5

    Aymee

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gavin Bodkin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

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