Thursday, September 13, 2007

A Love Potion

Well, I should make an effort to live up to my Blog's name and give you a proper little spell worthy of a Kitchen Witch:


"When the time comes, warm this potion and give to the one whose love you would sweeten and warm." (I suppose you could have some too.)

"Add to red wine, 1 teaspoon of each:
Rosemary, Anise, Clove, honey, Orange rind, ground Cumin, And 3 green leaves from a rose geranium.
Bring to a simmer and stir deosil while counting to 91. Cool til the brew stops steaming, then strain."

I have to admit I never tried that potion, but whether it works or not, it must smell divine just brewing it up.
Thanks to Gruenwold Cottage's Kitchen Witch for the recipe.
http://www.pookachild.com/

2 comments:

Princess in Galoshes said...

Oooh, it sounds yummy... but wherever do you find green leaves from a rose geranium? I don't happen to have one of those around.

Lilycurly said...

I honestly have no idea...
I guess I'd hunt around my neighborhood's flower/botanic stores.
Or most likely, I'd go the lazy, free-spirited way and replace them with rose petals. It's really the intentions you put in a potion that makes it work. Or so they say.