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Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sat Mar 27, 2010 12:56 am

We have just published the rules for the First Annual Hoodoo Foods Recipe Round-Up AND the Hoodoo Foods Conjure Cook-Off to be held May 8th, 2010 in Forestville, California in conjunction with a workshop on Cooking With Magical Herbs, presented by Lucky Mojo shop manager Robin Petersen.

Read the Recipe Round-Up rules here:

http://www.luckymojo.com/conjurecookoff.html

Enter your magical recipes in the Conjure Cook-Off, and win prize ribbons, just like at an old-fashioned county fair! The end result will be a book called Hoodoo Food! -- and yur recipes can be a part of it -- but only if you submit them to our judges by April 25th, 2010.

This will be an ANNUAL event.

Good luck and Good Cooking!
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Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby CopperFox » Sat Mar 27, 2010 1:18 pm

Miss cat,

I'm a conjuring cook since way back and love the idea of your cook-off and the resultant book! Although I am unable to attend and participate in the actual cook-off, I would very much like to submit some personal and old family recipes for inclusion in the book. May I do so?

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Re: Hoodoo Food Recipe Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sat Mar 27, 2010 5:08 pm

Yes, you can be part of the Recipe Round-Up. Your food won't be eligible for county fair type prize ribbons, and you won't get a free book, cause that only goes to attendees, but if Robin selects one of your recipes, it WILL go in the booklet.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby snake » Sun May 02, 2010 2:38 pm

Should I plan on bringing all the knives and utensils I might need to serve my entry? Should I bring paper plates or a reusable plate for myself? And idea how many servings I should estimate bringing?
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby kittynmoon » Mon May 24, 2010 1:46 pm

Are you going to sell the Hoodoo Food Recipe Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up booklet at Lucky Mojo? I would be interested in purchasing one.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Mon May 24, 2010 1:48 pm

We supply utensils and serving plates -- we will be offering small "tasting" amounts, so quantity is not a big problem. We're flexible.

The "Hoodoo Food! The 2010 Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book" is for sale both at Lucky Mojo and through Missionary Independent Spiritual church.

The cost is $4.00 per copy.

All proceeds benefit the church.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby celia19O5 » Thu Sep 16, 2010 12:00 am

Well, I do not know about Hoodoo Food but I love cooking. I often search new recipes on the internet and make them for my family, sometimes for myself :)

It is good if anyone can share some Hoodoo recipes here, maybe after this competition. Many thanks in advance !

And good luck to all of you :D
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 16, 2010 2:13 pm

This forum is not a place to share cooking recipes -- it is for advice with Lucky Mojo products. We advertise the cookbook here because we support the church (they get free banner ads as well) and because we sell the church cook book at Lucky Mojo.

BOO-GRI-HF10 Hoodoo Food! The 2010 Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up $4.00

The good news is that there is going to be a SECOND cookbook published next May -- the 2011 edition -- and you can enter recipes NOW!

All recipes collected and published become the copyright property of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church -- which sells the booklets as a fund-raiser to pay for telephone bills and so forth.

Read the Recipe Round-Up rules here:

http://www.luckymojo.com/conjurecookoff.html

Send your Hoodoo Foods recipes for the 2011 Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up book to Sister Robin Petersen at the following email address:

robin@luckymojo.com

THANKS!
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:22 pm

And here's a picture of the cover of the 2011 Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book -- and an Add To Cart button!
All recipes have been submitted by our faithful customers, clients, students, and parishioners, making it a nice little collectible at a cute little price. Next year there will be another booklet and the next year another -- and then we will compile them into one complete paperback book with a full-colour cover!

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Black Magic Cake 14
Cut And Clear Lemon Meringue Pie 13
Feel The Love Truffles 16
Love Muffins 3
Magical Herb Jelly 10
Magical Syrups To Sweeten Iced Tea And Tisanes 11
New Year’s Eve Good Luck Corn Muffins 8
Peppar Kakar Cookie Coins For Money Luck 12
Pesto For Lovers 4
Red Fast Luck Punch 10
Rose Pound Cake 15
Safe And Happy Home Roasted Chicken 6
Silver Dollar Money Drawing Pancakes 2
Stop Bothering Me You Gotta Go Chili Balls 5
Texas Hot Foot Chili 7
Tisanes And Other Herbal Infusions 11
Valentine Pear Salad 9
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Sara Dooley » Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:06 pm

Just bought this book! Can't wait to try the recipes!
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Re: Hoodoo Food Recipe Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Tue May 24, 2011 11:38 pm

The 2011 Hoodoo Food! Coookbook is now available.

Yes, friends, the Ladies Auxiliary is back -- with the second annual Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up cookbook featuring magical foods from contributors all around the country. We know you will want to prepare and sample these brand new taste-treats that incorporate hoodoo-style herbs and spices traditionally used in spells for enhancing romance, promoting prosperity, attracting abundance, and providing protection. Even if the ingredients were not magical -- Hoodoo Food is mmmmm, sooooo good!

BOO-GRI-HF11
Hoodoo Food! The 2011 Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up
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Adam and Eve Love Salad 8
Aioli, the Protective Mayonaisse 3
Anise Overnight Dream Cookies 12
Catfish Work Against a Love Rival 4
Celtic Scottish Harmonious Office Shortbread 6
Four Thieves Vinegar BBQ Sauce 9
Golden Fortune Corn Fritters 13
Granny’s Magical Miracle Mashed Potato Salad 10
Honey Cake to Sweeten Business Associates 7
Kiss Me Now Balls 2
Lovin’ in the Oven Lasagna 14
Miss Bri’s Fiery Wall of Protection Lentils 11
Momma Hen’s Passion Punch 15
One Pot Protection 16
The Secret Language of Chocolate Candy Fillings 8
The Secret Language of Edible Flowers in Salads 10
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Spellkiss » Tue May 24, 2011 11:52 pm

where is the 2011 hoodoo food cook book? i only see 2010.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Recipe Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Wed May 25, 2011 9:59 pm

See above! Yellow cover for 2010; green cover for 2011.

Time to start preparing for the 2012 edition!

Read the Recipe Round-Up rules here:

http://www.luckymojo.com/conjurecookoff.html
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Spellkiss » Thu May 26, 2011 12:34 am

thanks cat
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Spellkiss » Thu May 26, 2011 12:35 am

cool hopefully there lots of new goodies :)
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Miss Ida Lundin » Tue Jul 12, 2011 8:58 am

I was fortunate enough to attend Sister Robin's class in 2011 and receive this wonderful cookbook. It was a lovely event, so if you are contemplating buying the book, do so! Support the Ladies Auxiliary! I know I will do my best to send in a recipe for next years round-up.
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Unread postby Scratchmade Sweets » Wed Apr 18, 2012 9:47 am

I could not find any postings relating to the deadline for this years recipe submission deadline for the 2012 conjure cook off recipe book.

Does anyone have the date?

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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:15 pm

The deadline for the cook book submissions is posted every year, starting in the January Lucky Mojo Newsletter for that year.

It always falls around April 1st. That date has now passed, and the cook book is fully typeset and at the printer!

But there is always next year! That's right, you can submit magical food recipes for the 2013 edition NOW!

Read the Recipe Round-Up rules here:

http://www.luckymojo.com/conjurecookoff.html

And here is the 2012 edition, complete with an Add To Cart button!

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Hoodoo Food! The 2012 Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up
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Blackeyed Peas for New Year’s Luck 2
Boiled Greens for New Year’s “Folding Money” 3
Cornbread for New Year’s Gold and Coins 3
Fish Fillets That Will Keep a Woman Happy in the Home 4
Three-Herb Saffron Love Rice 5
Steamed Asparagus with Pine Nuts, Manhood Style 5
Keep ’Em Close Braised Short Ribs 6
Four Thieves Vinegar Sweet Potato Salad 6
Bring Me Some Money Mini Meat Balls 7
Fertility Bacon and Rice Creole 8
Cherries Stuffed with Cream Cheese for Fertility and Love 8
Lucky Money Marriage Berries 9
Persian “Protect My Man From Other Women” Salad 9
Howlin’ Hot Passion Strawberries 10
Fresh Ginger and Mint Protection Tea 10
Cut and Clear Ginger Lemon Bars 11
Marry Me Cinnamon Crumble Apple Pie 12
Rose Petal Sugar for Use in All Love Cookery 13
Red Hot Cinnamon Chocolate Chili Cupcakes 14
Spicy Chocolate Chili Coffee Frosting 15
Financial Cleansing Tea for Mending Bad Credit 15
Luvv Brownies to Catch and Keep Your Love 16
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby MissMichaele » Sat Apr 21, 2012 3:16 pm

catherineyronwode wrote:HOWEVER, if you wish to submit a recipe for NEXT YEAR'S Hoodoo Food! cook book, please do so.

I typeset incoming recipes as i go. This year, for instance, i started with 6 recipes typeset that had been held over from previous submissions received AFTER last year's deadline but BEFORE this year's deadline, and that's why i was able to close the book within one week after the deadline.


Hmm! I see Conjure Test Kitchens springing up all over the country! :)

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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby lisathomas786 » Thu Sep 13, 2012 2:12 am

That is cool I maybe I could find something new.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Joseph Magnuson » Sun Sep 16, 2012 5:20 pm

I love all of the cookbooks and highly recommend them to anyone interested. You will certainly find new recipes, new ideas, and new ways of thinking with each of these books. An idea who's time has most certainly come!
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Thu Mar 28, 2013 3:21 pm

We are just about to assemble all of recipes for the 2013 edition of the annual "Hoodoo Food! Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up" series. If you have not yet submitted your magical spell-food recipe, please send it ASAP to Sister Robin Petersen, robin@luckymoj.com

This is going to be a great addition to your magical library, and at a mere $4.00 per copy, these yearly booklets make wonderful gifts for all of your kitchen-witchy friends!

I typeset incoming recipes as i go. This year, for instance, i started with 2 recipes typeset that had been held over from previous submissions received AFTER last year's deadline but BEFORE this year's deadline.

Read the Recipe Round-Up rules here:

http://www.luckymojo.com/conjurecookoff.html

At the rate we are going, we will again have 16 pages for next year.

But looking ahead, at the rate of a 16-page booklet each year, here's what the future holds:

In 2013-- our 4th year -- we will have a new 16 page booklet and a cumulative total of 64 pages of magical cookbook recipes on board and typeset.

In late 2013, due to the extra recipes and subsidiary information we have accumulated, we will have 96 pages compiled and we will stop reprinting the 16-page booklets, and shift all of the material into the form of one trade paperback book with a full-colour glossy cover and sell it through Amazon!
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby MissMichaele » Sat Mar 30, 2013 10:23 am

I just submitted my recipe, now that I've got it just the way I want it :)

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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sat Apr 20, 2013 4:24 pm

I am just now (a bit belatedly) starting the typsetting on Hoodoo Food! 2013 -- our FOURTH conjure cook book. We've got some very nice magical recipes in the kitchen this year, and my thanks go out, as always, to Sister Robin Conjure for getting it all together for me to work on.

We are taking pre-orders now for BOO-GRI-HF13, "Hoodoo Food! The 2013 Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up," $4.00

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APRIL 20, 2014 UPDATE: This pamphlet is now OUT OF PRINT and has been incorporated into the COMPLETE "Hoodoo Food!" collected edition. See below for the FULL COLOUR cover and order there.
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Foods that are also Hoodoo magic?

Unread postby Brother_Brad » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:46 pm

Greetings! I have recently began studying about fermented foods. In a book on the subject I found information that in some societies fermenting vessels were considered to have a spirit that controlled the ferment. A person would have to call upon the spirit each time the brew was fermented. Also in other cultures people would say that a vessel "learned to ferment well" as if it were alive.

Now that I am consuming fermented foods for health is there any view that Hoodoo holds about certain foods? I'm not referring to individual spices but actual dishes, liquors, etc. Are there actually any dishes or drinks (to actually be consumed) that Hoodoo says have magical power?

Last is it possible to "enchant" (forgive the term use) dishes so that they have certain effects on the eater? (I mean that in a positive way).

Side note for my history knowledge:

Was there any fermented foods Afro-Americans produced themselves often?

In her book "Of Mules and Men" Zora Neale Hurston referred to a drink brewed up from beef bones, grapefruit peel, etc and the character called it "Low Wine". I was curious to know if there were others, hopefully some that I could make that are useful (I dont drink alcohol btw!).
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Wed Jun 05, 2013 12:54 pm

Student_of_Life --

We have published four short cookbook collections of Hoodoo Food recipes so far and are working on having a regular book of them collected by the end of this year.

In answer to your query, yes, there are many alcoholic tinctures as well as other forms of food used in hoodoo magic. I suggest that unless you want to wait for the bigger compiled book, you purchase the four pamphlets (see above in this thread), plus a copy of "Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic" -- and check out this page, which is part of the information for entrants who submit food to the annual Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up from which the recipe pamphlets have derived.

Conjure Cook-Off:
http://missionary-independent.org/conjurecookoff.html

Cooking with Magical Herbs:
http://missionary-independent.org/conju ... blist.html
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sun Apr 20, 2014 10:49 am

The final compilation is here! FIVE YEARS IN THE MAKING! Missionary Independent Spiritual Church is proud to announce the compiled, 96-page, professionally printed and bound edition of "Hoodoo Food! The Best of the Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up" edited by Sister Robin Petersen and the Ladies Auxiliary of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church. This mass-market paperback will replace the small stapled pamphlets released from 2010 - 2013, and it adds MANY MORE RECIPES for magical and occult foods you can secretly use to influence others, draw love, and protect yourself.

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HOODOO FOOD!:
THE BEST OF THE CONJURE COOK-OFF AND ROOTWORK RECIPE ROUND-UP
PRESENTED BY THE LADIES AUXILIARY OF MISSIONARY INDEPENDENT SPIRITUAL CHURCH
Editor and Cook-Off Coordinator: Sister Robin Petersen

CONTENTS

Introduction 4
New Year's Luck 5
Money Matters 15
Affairs of the Heart 23
Hearth and Home 55
Enemy Tricks 73
Dreams and Divination 83

INDEX

Adam and Eve Love Salad, 49
Aioli, the Protective Mayonnaise, 67
Anise Overnight Dream Cookies, 89
Apple and Onion Soup for Love, 33
Ashta Special for Romance and Seduction, 26
(2013 Conjure Cook-Off 1st Prize)
Astral Travel Tea, 83
Bachelor's Money Stay With Me Soup, 20
Basil-Garlic Butter for Home Protection, 63
Black Magic Cake, 79
Black-Eyed Peas for New Year's Luck, 8
Boiled Greens for New Year's "Folding Money", 9
Bring Me Some Money Mini Meatballs, 15
Cardamom Lamb for Passion or an Illicit Affair, 38
Catfish Work Against a Love Rival, 78
Celtic Scottish Harmonious Office Shortbread, 19
(2011 Conjure Cook-Off 1st Prize)
Cooking with Bath Water, 41
Cornbread for New Year's Gold and Coins, 9
Cut and Clear Ginger Lemon Bars, 53
(2011 Conjure Cook-Off 3rd Prize)
Cut and Clear Lemon Meringue Pie, 54
Dill Baking Powder Biscuits for Raising Up Love, 27
Dream Tea for Lucky Numbers, 91
Eggplant Parmesan for Love and Sex, 32
Fast Luck Punch, 67
Feel the Love Truffles, 42
Fertility Bacon and Rice Creole, 37
Fiery Wall of Protection Lentils, 70
Financial Cleansing Tea for Mending Bad Credit, 19
First Love Bacon-Cheese Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes, 34
Fish Fillets to Keep a Woman Happy in the Home, 24
Four Thieves Vinegar BBQ Sauce, 60
Four Thieves Vinegar Sweet Potato Salad, 72
Fortune Telling Cheesecake Pull, 90
Fresh Ginger and Mint Protection Tea, 57
Gentle Loving Cupcakes, 40
Get Down to Business Fig Cake, 22
Go Away Chocolate Caramel Bars, 82
Going Away Ham, 64
Golden Fortune Corn Fritters, 10
Guard Your Love Tamale Pie, 57
Haters Be Gone Hot Wings, 75
(2013 Conjure Cook-Off 3rd Prize)
Honey Cake to Sweeten Business Associates, 13
Hoppin' John for First Footing at New Year's, 5
Hot Money-Draw Texas Chili, 17
Howlin' Hot Passion Strawberries, 37
Ice Box Pie to Keep Your Head Cool with Money, 18
Kaerlekskaka (The Love Bun), 85
Keep 'Em Close Braised Short Ribs, 28
(2012 Conjure Cook-Off 2nd Prize)
Kiss Me Now Balls, 48
Love Honey, 23
Love Muffins, 46
Love Uncrossing Cupcakes, 52
(2012 Conjure Cook-Off 1st Prize)
Lovin' in the Oven Lasagna, 30
(2011 Conjure Cook-Off 2nd Prize)
Lucky Money Marriage Berries, 21
Luvv Brownies to Catch and Keep Your Love, 39
(2012 Conjure Cook-Off 3rd Prize)
Magical Herb Jelly, 55
(2010 Conjure Cook-Off 3rd Prize)
Magical Miracle Mashed Potato Salad, 61
Magical Syrups to Sweeten Iced Tea and Tisanes, 35
Making "Vippebulle" (Straw Bun), 85
Marry Me Cinnamon Crumble Apple Pie, 42
Money Uncrossing Collard Greens, 7
New Orleans Style King Cake, 93
New Year's Eve Good Luck Corn Muffins, 6
Old Fashioned Pound Cake for Saint Expedite, 58
One Pot Protection, 71
Passion Punch, 31
Peppar Kakar Cookie Coins for Money Luck, 19
Persian "Protect My Man From Other Women" Salad, 29
Pesto for Lovers, 36
Pickled Penis Party Pick-Ups, 77
Poppy Seed Cake for Wishes and Dreams, 94
Prosperous Rosh Hashanah Cinnamon Pot Roast, 17
Provence Oil for a Peaceful and Protected Home, 67
Red and Green Tomato Chutney for Lucky Numbers, 89
(2013 Conjure Cook-Off 2nd Prize)
Red Eye Gravy to Keep Your Man Working, 65
Red Fast Luck Punch, 66
Red Hot Cinnamon Chocolate Chili Cupcakes, 74
Roasted Garlic for Home Protection, 72
Rose Petal Sugar for Use in All Love Cookery, 28
Rose Pound Cake, 41
(2010 Conjure Cook-Off 1st Prize)
Safe and Happy Home Roasted Chicken, 56
Santa Muerte Spice Cake, 62
Scandinavian Glogg for Yule or Winterfest, 14
Secret Language of Chocolate Candy Fillings, 43
Secret Language of Edible Flowers in Salads, 37
Seeing True Biscuits, 88
Silver Dollar Money Drawing Pancakes, 16
Sleepy Time Sweet Dreams Tincture, 94
Sneaky Love-Trick Truffles, 44
Spicy Chocolate Chili Coffee Frosting, 73
Steamed Asparagus with Pine Nuts, Manhood Style, 25
Stop Bothering Me You Gotta Go Chili Balls, 76
(2010 Conjure Cook-Off 2nd Prize)
Stuffed Cherries for Nature and Fertility, 29
Summoning the Future Spouse Using a Dream Pancake, 85
Swedish Hole-Bread or Halkaka, 84
Tempting Love Apple Stuffing, 35
Texas Caviar, 11
Texas Hot Foot Chili, 78
Three-Herb Saffron Love Rice, 25
Tisanes and Other Herbal Infusions, 57
Valentine Pear Salad, 36
Vanilla Sugar for Kindness in All Relationships, 65
White Icing for Pound Cake, Upon Getting a Job, 58
Zucchini and Corn Side Dish for Protection, 69

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Healing with food

Unread postby Lazulum » Thu May 14, 2015 6:59 pm

With all the illnesses people catch (and transmit) at my job, I'm interested in how to use healing herbs in cooking. The first example I can think of is the classic healing soup.

To clarify-- I'm not asking anything about using the nutritional or chemical properties of foods to directly heal the body-- I have plenty of info about that. I'm asking about bringing "healing energy" or "blessing energy" into food.

Does hoodoo have traditions like that? Making foods that have more healing power than nutrition would suggest?

I'm sure there are plenty of ways to pray over food that go above and beyond the old "God is good, God is great, let us thank him for our food" I grew up with. And I'm especially curious about how herbs can be used in cooking to add more than just flavor and color.
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Re: Healing with food

Unread postby Shaunlaveau » Fri May 15, 2015 9:26 pm

Hi Lazulum,

I think you need this! http://www.luckymojo.com/hoodoofood.html I hope it helps you and good luck!
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Re: Healing with food

Unread postby Miss Aida » Fri May 15, 2015 9:27 pm

Thanks, Shawnleo !!!
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Lazulum » Sun May 17, 2015 9:29 pm

Perfect, that's exactly the sort of thing I was looking for! And my apologies about posting in the wrong section; I had searched in Healing/Blessing/Cleansing but didn't think to look in the Books section for a cookbook.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Metalina » Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:12 am

I bought this book a few months ago. So far I have only made four recipes, but my favorites have been the Fast Luck Punch, and the One Pot Protection recipe. I have made One Pot Protection many times. It is already one of my rotation recipes. It's soooo good and it's pretty easy.

Next I want to make the overnight Anise Dream Cookies.
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby coastwitch » Mon Mar 28, 2016 10:24 am

Hi, Metalina,

Have you tried the little Stop Bothering Me chili balls yet? Those are great. I also made the Asparagus Manhood Style, but not as a man looking to please a woman, instead, I made it as a woman looking for a nice night with my own man, by adding a little of my stuff to it and .... um ... paying attention to the asparagus before I cooked them. It worked out very well, thank you. (blush!)
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Metalina » Tue Dec 20, 2016 1:17 pm

I will have to try those sometime! Thank you for the suggestion.

I have a fun story to share about the Fast Luck Punch. I always keep some in my fridge and offer it to my guests. Everyone loves it, and several people ask for it specifically, everytime they come over. Well, my friend came over last night. She has recently gone through a breakup and needed to find an apartment fast. She had already decided where she wanted to live, made a deposit on it, and submitted her application, but they had been telling her it might be one or two months. Well, last night she had two glasses of my fast luck punch, finishing the current bottle. I told her how appropriate it was for her to be drinking it, and reminded her what it was for. This morning she got a call from the apartment complex saying that they had an unexpected move out, and her unit will be available for her to move in tomorrow! That is some fast luck. Now I'm convinced that the last glass of the bottle is perhaps the most potent. ;)
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Re: Hoodoo Food Conjure Cook-Off and Recipe Round-Up Cook Book

Unread postby Miss Aida » Wed Dec 21, 2016 8:51 pm

Metalina !!

HOLY COW!!!!

That's fantastic!
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