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lecterwill:

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the-darkest-of-lights:

Honey Glazed Apple Tart ~Recipe~

INGREDIENTS

  • All-purpose flour, for dusting
  • sheet (1/2 a 17.3-ounce package) all-butter frozen puff pastry, thawed
  • Bartlett pear, peeled, cored and thinly sliced
  • Golden Delicious apples, peeled, cored and thinly sliced
  • tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
  • tablespoons light brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup honey, warmed

DIRECTIONS

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or grease with nonstick cooking spray. 

Dust a cutting board with flour and unfold the puff pastry onto it. Dust more flour over the puff pastry and gently roll out the creases. Transfer the puff pastry sheet to the parchment paper-lined baking sheet. 
Using a fork, pierce a border around the edge of the puff pastry, 1/2-inch from the edges. Prick the center of the pastry as well, about 10 times all over. In a bowl, combine the sugar, and cinnamon. 
Arrange the pear, and apple slices on top of the pastry in 4 rows or diagonally, overlapping fruit slices and avoiding the border. Brush the fruit with melted butter and top with cinnamon-sugar. Bake thetart for 15 minutes, or until the pastry is golden brown and beginning to puff. 
Brush honey over the fruit and bake for an additional 5 minutes. 
notes: i didnt add pears , instead of cutting the apples by hand i used a apple corer, and starting from the outside going towaed the center of the pastery i did a circle pattern insted of diagnal.
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itmovesmemorelol:

Budget Witchery ☽○☾  by a sweet/or not ;) old crown After unpacking the car today I started placing everything on the kitchen table. I looked over the mass of plastic and paper bags holding my new treasures and started to think about back when my children were young. There were many times “excuse my language” we didn’t have a pot to piss in, never mind the thought of spending money on a rock or some other shiney object. Now don’t get me wrong, I think it is pretty obvious I do love my shiney treasures, but the truth is, your magick doesn’t come from what your wallet allows you purchase. Yes, there are some tools that will make your spell work a little easier, but no one says they have to be bought. You need a Cauldron…use an old pot. A tool of the Element of Water. You need an Incense burner/Censer…before I would have said use an ashtray, but recently had one crack on me even with sand in it. A medium size flat or scooped out shaped stone works very good. A tool of the Element of Air. You need an Anthame…an old letter opener or any knife will do. A tool of the Elements of Fire or Air. You need a Chalice…use a Wine glass or any cup. A tool of the Element of Water. You need a Wand or Staff…take a walk and find a stick that appeals to you and make one. A tool of the Elements of Fire or Air. You need a Pentacle…Draw one in the sand, on a piece of paper or even arrange pebbles to make one. A tool of the Element of Earth. You need a Besom…any broom that appeals to you is fine. A tool to sweep away negativity. You need a Bell…shop the dollar stores. A tool of invocation. You need Candles…watch for sale coupons, shop dollar & thrift stores. Use birthday candles or melt down old candle pieces (not used in spells) and make your own. You need a certain stone…a clear quartz crystal can substitute any stone. Actually, any stone that appeals to you can be charge to do your workings. You need an Altar…any flat surface indoor or outside can be made into an Altar. You need an Altar cloth…any piece of fabric will do as long as it appeals to you. You need an image of your Goddess or God…search the internet for an image you can print off.  You need Charcoal discs…set aside broken pieces of regular charcoal before you have your next cookout. You need a certain Anointing oil…Olive oil can be substituted. You need a Book of Shadows…any notebook or place you can keep your notes is fine as long as it works for you. You can’t burn Incense or Smug sticks…instead of burning, add your herbs or incense to boiled water to make a tea. Use the steam in place of the smoke. If you have respiratory problems, you may still have difficulty with this substitution. The point is, in your everyday magickal use, you can be creative and use your craft to fit your needs and your budget.  If anyone tells you that you have to purchase a certain item is not helping you and your craft, they are helping themselves to your money. The magick isn’t in your tools. It is within you. ☽○☾
Source:  The Old Crones Corner… The Dance at Alder Cove ☽✪☾ Youth/Father/Geezer  -  I see you

itmovesmemorelol:

Budget Witchery ☽○☾  by a sweet/or not ;) old crown

After unpacking the car today I started placing everything on the kitchen table. I looked over the mass of plastic and paper bags holding my new treasures and started to think about back when my children were young. There were many times “excuse my language” we didn’t have a pot to piss in, never mind the thought of spending money on a rock or some other shiney object. Now don’t get me wrong, I think it is pretty obvious I do love my shiney treasures, but the truth is, your magick doesn’t come from what your wallet allows you purchase.

Yes, there are some tools that will make your spell work a little easier, but no one says they have to be bought.

You need a Cauldron…use an old pot.
A tool of the Element of Water.

You need an Incense burner/Censer…before I would have said use an ashtray, but recently had one crack on me even with sand in it. A medium size flat or scooped out shaped stone works very good.
A tool of the Element of Air.

You need an Anthame…an old letter opener or any knife will do.
A tool of the Elements of Fire or Air.

You need a Chalice…use a Wine glass or any cup.
A tool of the Element of Water.

You need a Wand or Staff…take a walk and find a stick that appeals to you and make one.
A tool of the Elements of Fire or Air.

You need a Pentacle…Draw one in the sand, on a piece of paper or even arrange pebbles to make one.
A tool of the Element of Earth.

You need a Besom…any broom that appeals to you is fine.
A tool to sweep away negativity.

You need a Bell…shop the dollar stores.
A tool of invocation.

You need Candles…watch for sale coupons, shop dollar & thrift stores. Use birthday candles or melt down old candle pieces (not used in spells) and make your own.

You need a certain stone…a clear quartz crystal can substitute any stone. Actually, any stone that appeals to you can be charge to do your workings.

You need an Altar…any flat surface indoor or outside can be made into an Altar.

You need an Altar cloth…any piece of fabric will do as long as it appeals to you.

You need an image of your Goddess or God…search the internet for an image you can print off.

You need Charcoal discs…set aside broken pieces of regular charcoal before you have your next cookout.

You need a certain Anointing oil…Olive oil can be substituted.

You need a Book of Shadows…any notebook or place you can keep your notes is fine as long as it works for you.

You can’t burn Incense or Smug sticks…instead of burning, add your herbs or incense to boiled water to make a tea. Use the steam in place of the smoke. If you have respiratory problems, you may still have difficulty with this substitution.

The point is, in your everyday magickal use, you can be creative and use your craft to fit your needs and your budget.
If anyone tells you that you have to purchase a certain item is not helping you and your craft, they are helping themselves to your money.
The magick isn’t in your tools. It is within you.

☽○☾

Source:  The Old Crones Corner

The Dance at Alder Cove
☽✪☾ Youth/Father/Geezer  I see you

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