After one of the best pop-up dinners I’ve ever experienced, I can answer the question a reader messaged me three months ago:
“This joint was chosen as the first pairing of the night because it will help loosen you up after working all day.
The ruling in R v Smith made edibles legal for medical users but there are a lot of restrictions on selling them for dispensaries, so why shouldn’t patients (and their caregivers) bake their own?
Marijuana, Mary Jane, Weed, Ganja or whatever we crazy kids call it these days – it’s everywhere, and it’s fantastic.
Don’t call it marijuana ice cream: It’s cannabis creme gelato.
There’s weed that don’t make you hungry? For real? Honey, this changes everything.”
A top chef may soon be causing the munchies even as she satisfies them.
Police in Ohio responded to a rather interesting 911 call involving a cannabis aficionado who realized he may have overdone it a little.
For some cannabis consumers, the “munchies,” or appetite stimulation, is an unwanted side effect that can lead to overeating, but for many medical marijuana patients, it provides necessary relief from symptoms like nausea and a lack of appetite.
Three years ago, New Times boldly took your chicken where it had never gone before — namely, to the local head shop.