Fresh or dried, herbal bouquets are great for both magick and cooking! In magick, hang the bouquets over the altar or place in a conjuring bag, or dip in spring water to asperge an area, candle or other item. For cooking, just drop in the boiling water or frying pan for a great taste and easy cleanup!
To make the bouquet, simply gather the herbs together and tie with clean string, leaving a long tail (so you can easily pull the bouquet out of the cooking pot and toss away).
Happy Home: basil, marjoram, and chives (for red meat or chicken)
Harmony: parsley, rosemary, thyme, and savory (for red meat or flavoring for beans)
Uncrossing: marjoram, thyme, sage, parsley, and bay (for red meat, pork, or chicken)
Love: dill, tarragon, parsley, basil and lovage (flavoring for beans or fish)
Good fortune: savory, sage, celery tops, and chives (Flavoring for beans, chicken, or red meat)
Growth and success: tarragon, chives, oregano, and parsley (for eggs and sauces)
Healing: sage, basil, onion tops and bay (for red meat)
Banishing and cleansing: parsley, lemon verbena, rosemary, and red pepper (for fish)