Kitchen Witches are said to be a Norwegian custom, inherited from early settlers. This witch was a good witch, said to make the kitchen a spot of warmth and happiness. Gentle, whimsical and loving, she created such magic that the mischief of the bad witch, who curdled milk and would not allow cakes or bread to rise, had no power. When you hang a charming Kitchen Witch, legend indicates that rice, beans and toast will not burn, pots never boil dry and there will never be too much salt when baking, boiling or stewing.
The spices you mix will be perfect,
as well as the tea and coffee