Creole Warrior Seasoning Blend: Spice Up Your Soul

This seasoning blend is suitable for any of the African derived warrior gods and goddesses; which include, Papa Lebat, Ogun, Ochosi, Oya and others. It will spice up anything you wish, and is a million times better than any commercial preparation. [Read more...]

St. Expedite: The Patron Saint of Hurry Up

St. Expedite is a godsend or goddessend to Voodoo and Santeria practitioners, folk magicians, and other devotees worldwide. People turn to Saint Expedite with problems of money, getting paid,curing procrastination, removing persecution, and speedy deliveries. [Read more...]

Appetite for Ancestors: Samhain the Voodoo Way

In Afro-Caribbean Religions like Voodoo, Vodou, and Lukumi or Santeria the true spirits of Halloween are the ancestors. It’s a time for reconnecting, remembering and honoring those who have gone before. [Read more...]

New Orleans Ritual Voodoo Coffee

There are many different ritual coffee drinks used around the Afro-Diasporan world. Many of these are alcoholic and are used both as offerings to the Voodoo gods, and fortification for the worshippers. [Read more...]

Honor Your Ancestors: Sweet Potato Mash with Bourbon and Pecans Recipe

Samhain or Halloween as it is more commonly celebrated is undoubtedly a time for celebrating the ancestors and in that spirit I present the following recipe based on one from my cookbook African-American Ritual Cooking. This Voodoo recipe for Sweet Potatoes is a New Orleans style take on the bountiful yam featuring two of the city’s favorite ingredients Bourbon and Pecans. [Read more...]

King Chango Cashew Chili Recipe

King Chango Cashew Chili recipe to honor the Santeria Orisha of fire, passion, and the drum. [Read more...]


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