Dublin Coddle (Irish Bacon, Sausage, Potato, and Onion Stew)
Dublin Coddle is a comfort food associated with the Irish capital. It is a hearty stew of bacon, sausage, potatoes, and onions, popular Irish ingredients.
Baked Pumpkin Fritters
The best kinds of treats are the ones you can eat for both breakfast and dessert. These fall-flavored fritters start with cut-up biscuits tossed with pecans, pumpkin and spice, and end with a sweet pumpkin glaze. Expert tip: Separate biscuit pieces when mixing to ensure all pieces get coated with pumpkin and spice before baking.
Samhain Ritual Cakes with Pumpkin Spice
Spice up your season with this fragrant, gooey, kitchen witch recipe for Samhain ritual cakes using classic ingredients like nutmeg, cinnamon and pumpkin.
Slow Cooker Cranberry Pork Loin - The Magical Slow Cooker
Delicious holiday cranberry sauce is given a new place on your table in this savory pork loin roast.
The Barnbrack, the tradiional fruit cake of Samhain in Ireland. Also contained four items of significance to the receiver: a coin (rich); rag (poor); ring (romance and happiness); thimble (never to marry)
Soul Cakes Recipe - Food.com
From a request here is a post on a traditional Halloween recipe. From Texarkana Pagan and Witches group on MSN originally. Soul cakes were the original trick-or-treat goody. Irish peasants would go door-to door on All Hallows Eve begging homeowners for food to celebrate the occasion. Soul cakes were given to them. This ensured the homeowner would be free from a curse or prank; instead, the receivers would offer prayers for them that would help them get into heaven.
Hallowe’en, Samhain, The Witches’ New Year – with recipes!
(First published October 30, 2014 at www.Lasara Firefox Allen.com.) Samhain: The Witches’ New Year In Gaelic, the Celtic language, the word Samhain (and