Any Sabbat on the Wheel of the Year can be celebrated within the tradition that any Pagan choose to follow. The explanations below explain a little about the Celtic traditions as the different names on the Wheel of the Year are mostly Celtic names.
Lughnasadh or Lammas
This Sabbat is celebrated as the first or grain harvest. It is dedicated to the Celtic God Lughnasadh and usually it is bread that is made to honor him. You can also make rolls or pastries. It is celebrated on February 2nd in the Southern Hemisphere and on July 31st or August 1st in the Northern Hemisphere. I will be sharing a simple bread recipe sometime before Laughnasadh.
Imbolc or Candlemas
This Sabbat is celebrated by making candles, checking batteries in lights and smoke detectors. It is dedicated to the Celtic Goddess Brighid. There is a special cross you can make to represent this Goddess which I will post sometime before Imbolc. Its is celebrated on February 2nd in the Northern Hemisphere and on July 31st or August 1st in the Southerner Hemisphere.