The Celtic festival of Lughnasa (from the Gaelic nasad, meaning "games or assembly" of Lugh, a Celtic deity and hero) survived the rise ofChristianity by becoming Lammas (from the Anglo-Saxon hlaef-mass, meaning "loaf-mass"). It marks the start of the harvest when the first grain is gathered, ground, and baked into a loaf of bread. The Lammas loaf is still traditional in many parts of the British Isles. It is a wonderful way for the modern kitchen witch to work magic.
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