The Soup’s On!

Posted by on Jul 17, 2012

The Soup’s On!

Excerpt from The Mystic Cookbook: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have lunch with Zeus, tea with Merlin, or perhaps even toasted marshmallows from the fiery breath of a dragon? Create a mythic meal, and the veil between these realities will thin, and you’ll step into a mythic dimension where dragons, wizards, gods, and goddesses roam. Who knows what inner vistas you’ll activate! By connecting more deeply with this mythic world, you’ll be expanding your spiritual awareness of the magic...

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Spice Alchemy

Posted by on Jul 16, 2012

Spice Alchemy

Excerpted from The Mystic Cookbook: Do you want to have a spicy, passionate, mystical life? You might consider spicing up your life with . . . well, spices. Herbs and spices throughout the ages have taken on nearly mythical proportions. The heady scents and aromas of cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and ginger are enough to make anyone dream of far-off lands, magic carpet rides, and Grandma’s apple pie. Even though in our current times spices are simply flavorings, as you step into the realm of the Mystic Chef, you...

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Welcome to The Mystic Cookbook

Posted by on May 13, 2012

Welcome to The Mystic Cookbook

Greetings Mystic Chefs!  We’re so excited to be embarking on this journey with you! We look forward to traveling through time and space, dining on amazing meals, and having transformative experiences along the way! There are many paths to enlightenment and many routes to a fulfilling, happy, and harmonious life. However, simply by cooking and eating with intention and mindfulness, you can elevate your consciousness and enhance your life. Become a Mystic Chef and experience food as never before! What better day...

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Rainbow Blessings

Posted by on May 12, 2012

Rainbow Blessings

Rainbow Blessings Pops You don’t have to wait for a rainstorm. You can bring rainbow blessings to your home anytime you want. Choose an assortment of fruit, cut into bite-size pieces, and line them up on a bamboo skewer. You could even consider briefly grilling them to caramelize the sugars in the fruit. (If you grill them, be sure to soak the skewers in water for 20 minutes beforehand to prevent them from burning.) Consider the following fruit: Red: strawberries, watermelon, raspberries, red apples, pitted...

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