I recently posted this chili over on my Instagram, and got several requests for the recipe. You ask, I answer. Basically, I adapted this from an article that I can’t find anymore about a fireman who makes a similar version to this for his firehouse buddies. I say similar, because I’ve made some substantial changes,…Read more »
Every hearth witch knows the power of home cooked food – particularly homemade bread. But not every hearth witch has the time to make bread or rolls from scratch. These rosemary rolls have become almost a signature dish of mine, and they could not be easier or more economical. I start with a bag of…Read more »
With fall (finally!) starting to settle in, the farmer’s markets are starting to change. You can still get berries and tomatoes, but we’re starting to see more potatoes, apples, grapes and other autumn harvest foods. Not a minute too soon, I say. I made this soup from some organic leeks and Yukon gold potatoes I…Read more »
Mabon season is also blackberry season, and I love them both! Since my local farmer’s market has huge, delicious berries right now, I thought I’d celebrate the season with blackberry jam. Jam is the easiest thing to make, though it takes some patience and a bit of practice to get it just the way you…Read more »
Fill the house with magickal intention and great scents with this summery, cleansing Simmer Pot.
The weather here at Fogvale Cottage has been a mite dreary. Rain, wind, fog, more rain…just a typical February weekend here on the Pacific coast. It’s a good weekend to be curled up under a handmade quilt with a steaming mug of tea and an adorable Italian Greyhound (who took to amusing herself by ripping…Read more »