∞ Home & Hearth ∞
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The days melt slowly into the night. The sun beats down on the earth, kissing its crops with life and fruitfulness. It’s nearly the Summer Solstice, also known as Litha to modern pagans, and what better way to celebrate than with feasting and libations? Here we explore the basics of the Litha sabbat, but more importantly, plan out our Midsummer meal with these favorite Litha recipes.
A witch’s kitchen shouldn’t be a drab, boring place. It should be the heart of the home, filled with the aromas of bread baking in the oven, incense burning on the altar, and tea brewing on the stove. The walls should be covered with images of herbs, potions, and ancestors. Here, I teach you how to decorate your hearth and make your witchy kitchen a sacred sanctuary.
Basil, Ocimum basilicum, is a bright green Mediterranean herb that’s not only edible but also magical. It’s an herb yet it can be eaten as if it’s a vegetable. Basil is easy to grow with lots of sun and water and makes a tasty addition to so many meals! In addition to its many culinary and a few medicinal uses, basil is versatile in the craft. Here’s 8 ways you can use basil magic to fuel your intentions: