The fine folks at Olympia Beer are willing to payout $1,000,000 for irrefutable evidence of Bigfoot. That’s right, $1,000,000. I bet you could buy a lot of Olympia Beer with that kind of money.
A random purchase at Beers of the World in Rochester, NY inspired me to write a post that will hopefully intrigue my witchy readers and beer lovers alike!
That’s right folks, I went back again to Muse Gifts & Books in Marlborough, NH! This time it was for their Midsummer Faerie Fest with Raven and Stephanie Grimassi and Dawn Hunt. Despite that being the case, I still manage to also talk about a few other Marlborough institutions and curse Christopher Penczak too. What can I say? I’m good like that.
It shall be called “The Oatmeal Post”, or perhaps, “The Post Where Rebecca Lost Her Mind and Wrote Endlessly About Oatmeal and Yet Managed to Talk about ‘Sexy Vegan Cookbook’ Author Brian Patton More Than He’ll Be Comfortable With, Constipation, and Yes, Somehow Even Mentioned Jet Li.”
Were you aware, that even as you’re reading this, Ardbeg Single Islay Malt Scotch Whisky is part of an experiment up in the International Space Station? Oh sweet futuristic distilleries it is true!
Click on in for a raucous good….with vegans! That’s right, forget everything you know and come on in for laughter, explosions, and rum in your breakfast foods. Yes people, RUM for BREAKFAST.
I finally tried a recipe out of the fantastic “Tastes from the Temple” book, and thanks to Copper Cauldron Publishing I not only get to tell you how it worked out, I get to share the recipe with you! Click on in for cookie adventures involving tofu and too much almond oil!
Back on January 15, 2012 Dawn Hunt had a book signing for her great cookbook “Tastes From the Temple” at Muse Gifts & Books. That meant one wonderful thing, it was back to Marlborough, NH! Click on in for cookbook shopping, tie wearing phrenology heads, vegetarian Reubens, and more!
Join us for 10 questions with Kitchen Witch Dawn Hunt! Today we’re talking about the new cookbook “Tastes from the Temple” that she did with the Temple of Witchcraft. So bring your appetite and click on in!
Come celebrate the miracle of oil, oddly with a post about not really using a whole lot of oil. Hmmmm……didn’t think this one through at all, did I?