Lammas, also known as Lughnasadh, is a time of year that is celebrated by many cultures around the world. It is a time of harvest and marks the beginning of the autumn season. There are many rituals and traditions associated with Lammas, which vary depending on your culture and heritage. In this blog post, we will explore some recipes, crafts, and lore associated with Lammas. We hope you enjoy celebrating this special time of year!
Lammas is a time to give thanks for the bounty of the harvest. One way to do this is by preparing special meals and dishes using seasonal ingredients. Here are some recipes to try out during Lammas:
- Roasted root vegetables with sage and thyme
- Harvest grain salad with roasted squash and pomegranate seeds
- Apple and blackberry crumble with oat streusel
Crafts are also a big part of Lammas. Here are some ideas for Lammas-themed crafts:
- Decorate your home with autumn leaves, acorns, and pinecones.
- Make a corn dolly to represent the harvest goddess.
- Weave a Lammas basket out of straw or corn husks.
Finally, no blog post about Lammas would be complete without mentioning some of the lore and mythology associated with this time of year. Lammas is said to be a time when the veil between our world and the spirit world is thin, making it easier to communicate with our ancestors and the natural world. It is also a time when we can give thanks for all that we have been given, and ask for guidance and protection in the months to come.
We hope you enjoy celebrating Lammas! What are your favorite recipes, crafts, or traditions associated with this time of year? Let us know in the comments below!
- [Lammas Recipes]( lammasrecipes.com)
- [Lammas Crafts]( lammascrafts.com)
- [Lammas Lore & Mythology]( lammaslore.com)