In today's video, I will take you through my month of August, as we celebrate our First Harvest, also known as Lammas or Lughnasadh, on the Pagan Wheel of the Year. In this vlog I will give you a little tour of our garden and show you all of the magickal little things we have growing! We grew some zucchini, butternut squash, pumpkins, and I will give you a little update on the Sunflowers we planted from seed in my Summer Solstice Vlog!
Here are some of my favorite GARDEN VLOGGERS:
The Elliot Homestead
Jeri Landers of Hopalong Hollow
Sara’s Kitchen Garden
Come along with me as I clean up my dying Pansy bed, and join me and my husband as we pick out some Marigolds to refresh the space for the harvest season. I will share a sneak peek of some Patron Book of Shadows Rewards!
Also, I thought I would share a recipe that I cooked up in my very own Witchin' Kitchen:
BLUEBERRY CORNBREAD WITH LEMON LAVENDER ICING!
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Lavender Rose Cranberry Cornbread Recipe
Hello You Magickal Beings!
Thanks so much once again for joining me in another episode of Witchin’ Kitchen! Today I am following a Cornbread Recipe pretty closely, from Francesca Lia Block’s latest book “Fairies in the Kitchen” Cookbook.
I did a review video on that book as well, which you can view HERE!
I have made a few additions to her recipe, as a matter of fact… my recent visit to the Mad Lavender Farm (Vlog available to watch here!) has inspired me to get a bit more creative with the very basic recipe that I had used from that book.
I thought it would be tons of fun to add some lavender buds, rose petals from my garden, and some dried cranberries to add a bit of tart! It is totally safe to use flowers in your food, as long as they are 100% organic, NOT from the florist, because those contain very harmful pesticides. It’s best to grow the flowers you use in your recipes, in your own garden, or pick them from a farm that doesn’t use pesticides either.
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Justina is the creative force behind Bohemian Magic Studios. She is inspired by bright colors, nature, books, and movies. She loves cooking, arts n crafts projects, essential oils, reading the tarot and talking about astrology!