"The Mystic Cookbook is Worth Reading"The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food by Denise Linn and Meadow Linn

Did you ever wonder why your mother’s dishes always taste better even if the recipe is the same when prepared by someone else? That’s because its key ingredient is Mother’s Love. Or how you might actually rev up the romance at Valentine‘s Day by infusing certain intentions while preparing the meal lovingly? Or consider soothing a fractious family over a holiday dinner by envisioning harmony while baking the pumpkin pie? Or charge a meal with all the right elements that will attract wealth and abundance? Or even select special spices to create adventure in your life!

There is far more to transcendent dining than just luscious ingredients. According to Denise and Meadow Linn, authors of The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food–an extraordinary and gorgeous new book out in time for both the holidays and Valentine‘s Day–you can add an entirely spiritual and magical dimension to your cooking that has a wonderful impact on the consciousness and happiness of the people you are feeding!

The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food is a treasure of unique wisdom and knowledge that illuminates the power of food to transform. These two women open a portal for readers to embark on the sacred journey from nourishment to nirvana–and to harness the hidden dimension of food. Your listeners can learn how to infuse purpose and intention into the cuisine, how to invoke the secret alchemical power of a spice, and ways to combine ingredients for specific results. More than 40 luscious recipes and 100 photos adorn this remarkable book. Available on AMAZON ($15.42 paperback, $9.99 kindle).

Denise and Meadow Linn have infused The Mystic Cookbook with spiritual essence and collective knowledge from their vast travels and experiences around the globe. Denise (www.DeniseLinn.com ), is an international lecturer and healer, who is also the author of 18 books and a popular radio talk-show host. Meadow (www.MeadowLinn.com ) writes a food and lifestyle column for a newspaper in Seattle and has a well respected blog Savor the Day. She is the inventive chef for the workshops that she and her mother present around the world.