The Cook's Tarot: Dining with the Major Arcana is a set of 22 double-sided, large cards that beautifully combine tarot with food. Each card sets the scene for dinner with the major arcana's character, and provides a symbolically linked recipe as well.
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Tarot Deck - 22 Cards - Self Published 2011
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Cook's Tarot review by Solandia
The Cook’s Tarot: Dining with the Major Arcana is a wonderful blend of cooking and tarot, designed to bring awareness into the preparation and serving of food and enrich one’s daily life. It’s the first deck from Canadian sisters, Judith Stirt and Nancy Boyes.
There are 22 double-sided over-sized cards - big enough to use in the kitchen - with an original tarot painting on the front, along with a description of the image and an interpretation that beautifully links the traditional tarot meaning with the language of cooking. For example, in the Fool:
“In the Cook’s Tarot, our Fool is seen as a young woman, dressed in a completely impractical outfit, dancing in the kitchen. She is joyful, enthusiastic, and happily oblivious to the possibility of failure. Our Fool i...
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Name: Cook's Tarot
Publisher: Self Published 2011
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Card Language: English
Card Back: Double-sided