Cannabis is becoming a cooking ingredient in its own right – like a grown-up pot brownie – and chefs are creating elaborate cannabis tasting menus at private dinners.
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.
Michelin-star “special” cuisine gives new meaning to “high class” dining.
Once upon a time in West Norwood, way back in the late 20th century, I ate a hash cake that froze my brain for 24 hours.
“I’m so glad you could make it. Okay, let me give you the tour. As you can see, there’s an assortment of brownies.
“This joint was chosen as the first pairing of the night because it will help loosen you up after working all day.
The last memorable experience I had with edibles was with an old-fashioned space cake that screamed my name when I had skipped dinner.
Cannabis experts are matching undertones of different strains of weed with tastes of different foods – but is it a gimmick or a new frontier?