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Briana Blair
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Briana Blair

Artist, writer, ordained interfaith minister, Dr. of Metaphysics and passionate oddball. I love to create, and I love bringing knowledge and joy to others. I've been an artist for 35 years, a writer for 26 and a Pagan for 22. And I'm just getting started! Facebook - Twitter - Google+

garlic herb plant cooking magic

Magical Herb of the Week: Garlic

This week’s magical herb is garlic. Garlic has a potent flavor with a nutty note, and some varieties can be quite spicy. Garlic is a major player in pesto, and is frequently seen in Southeast Asian and African dishes. Latin Name: Allium sativum Other Names: Silverskin Garlic, Soft-necked Garlic Gender:

fennel herb plant cooking magic

Magical Herb of the Week: Fennel

This week’s magical herb is fennel. Fennel is very aromatic and has a flavor like celery and licorice. Fennel is found in the drink Absinthe, and is often used in Greek and asian dishes, including Chinese Five-spice. Latin Name: Foeniculum vulgare Other Names: Funchal Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Mercury

dill herb plant cooking magic

Magical Herb of the Week: Dill

This week’s magical herb is dill. Dill has a mild, warm and distinct flavor. It’s famous for being used in the making of pickles. Dill is common to Greek and Egyptian cuisine and pairs especially well with fish. Latin Name: Anethum graveolens Other Names: Dill Weed Gender: Masculine Element: Fire

cumin herb plant cooking magic

Magical Herb of the Week: Cumin

This week’s magical herb is cumin. Cumin has an earthy, woody flavor that is a bit bitter. Cumin is a component of chili powder, and is used often in Mexican and Middle Eastern cuisine. Latin Name: Cuminum cyminum Other Names: Cummin, Jeera Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Mars Sign: Aries,

coriander herb plant cooking magic

Magical Herb of the Week: Coriander

This week’s magical herb is coriander. Coriander is sweet, subtle and versatile. It makes a great addition to gremolatas and is used in many Latin and Indian recipes. Latin Name: Coriandrum sativum Other Names: Cilantro, Chinese Parsley Gender: Masculine Element: Fire Planet: Mars Sign: Aries, Scorpio Day: Tuesday Deities and

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