For most people the idea of mixing marijuana and food still centers on either edibles or being high and getting the munchies.
The waning ritual of a home-hosted communal meal, à la the classic dinner party, is back with a major revamp thanks to the growing legalization of cannabis.
It’s a category that used to begin and end with the bone-dry pot brownie, served in a college dorm room. Laurie Wolf is a leader in its gourmet revolution.
Try this contemporary twist on an old favorite.
Cannabis experts are matching undertones of different strains of weed with tastes of different foods – but is it a gimmick or a new frontier?
Recipes include cannabis cooking oils, flour and butter.
Chef Cody Lindsay whips pancake batter while an intrigued crowd watches. He adds whole wheat flour and oats to give the mixture a healthy boost.
Move over, kale. There’s a new leafy green rising to fame in the food world — but you won’t be able to find it at your local grocery store.
In the two years since Colorado legalised cannabis, chefs in the state have been finding new ways to make a meal of it.
Munching treats like ‘weedish meatballs’ may soon outpace smoking, but some doctors are concerned.