Fundraiser to save the Kitchen Witch

Kitchen Witch Cook Book Shop has been serving cookbook lovers for over 18 years in New Orleans. Their shop located in the historic Bayou Road/Broad Street corridor is struggling to keep their doors open. The good news is that in the next year many high profile businesses and entertainment venues are set to open. The bad news is that with no infusion of cash now they will be forced to close.

The owners have started a fundraiser to keep the beloved store open stating “we love our shop, our customers, and our dear retail neighbors.  This area is comprised of small businesses which are locally owned.  We are proud of them and proud to be a vital part of this community.  Anything you wish to donate will make a difference, from a dollar up.  No amount is too small, no amount is less appreciated!  Thank you, we are humbled and grateful by your support.  Debbie and Philipe at Kitchen Witch.”

Historic brick and mortar shops are important to our book culture and anything the cookbook loving community can contribute is sure to help. Our cookbook store page lists these types of shops, be sure to visit them when you are in the area and please check out the fundraiser page for Kitchen Witch. 


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  • annmartina  on  February 28, 2018

    The first morning of my first trip to New Orleans, The Kitchen Witch was my top destination. Debbie and Philipe are lovely people. I talked about cookbooks and yaka mein with them. I bought Roux Memories and it is still one of my favorite Louisiana cookbooks. They recommended we try a place they love, Coops Place on Decatur. We had a great meal there on a cold and rainy night. I hope this place can be saved.

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