If you are working the wheel of the
year with an intent, this is the time when you start to reap the
rewards. It is a time of gathering in energy. In essence, taking a long
view, it is looking ahead to autumn and making the first preparations
for winter. A good ritual activity is to bake bread and then share it
with friends and family. Cooking can be treated like magic, and this is
a good time to do so. Make an effort to find heritage flour and maybe
experiment with new recipes. This time of year applies to all cereal
crops, so cooking with barley, corn or oats is equally valid.
good food for this time of year is salmon. These fish were important to
the Celts and symbolised wisdom. They were also particularly associated
with Lugh. This is one time of year where it's especially significant
to try to assemble a meal from only local ingredients, to honour the
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