Within each chapter there is witchy wisdom section and at the end of each chapter there is a shopping list of the things needed in the chapter. The list is not exact measurements due to that some items are in a number of the recipes. Each chapter relates to one holiday/time of year relating to the sabbat. Like the title says, the chapters do include each sabbat within each section of the season. In section five – after going through the sabbats, other dates are talked about like moon dates and February 29. There is a small afterward, not a full conclusion. At the end there is two tables of correspondences – colour and ingredients.
The book itself is like a cookbook and spellbook into one. For those just wanting recipes – food and meals, this book is not that. It has a few recipes as well as other items to make. This is more of a mix of a few recipes into one book. The rituals that are in this book are solitary, but could be adjust slightly with two or three people, maybe a few more but not a lot. Many books with rituals are more geared towards a group and not adaptable to solitary practitioners. This is a nice addition to other recipe books and books that make brews, incenses and other products. If you do not like having multiple books that are not brews or incense - the book has that but there are (food) recipes. This book is a mix but not overwhelming with either topic.