Whether you’re ready or not, cannabis is coming to the neighbhourhood – and across Canada.
Marijuana supper clubs arrive on the local dining scene.
Guests at a Vancouver trade show got an up-close look at a new frontier of the legal marijuana business: weed cuisine.
Garlic bread feels like an afterthought, but for the carb-obsessed among us, having a dish with any sauce feels incomplete without a bread mop.
Champagne, citrus and cannabis add bright notes.
From proper dosing to odor control to public-consumption boundaries, our guide to life out of the cannabis closet.
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.
Sometimes when you’re not well prepared, having food on the table out of the pantry seems not only daunting but a full hour’s work to have something accessible.
How to set a tone of woodsy chic at a four-course candlelight dinner served under the stars in the Colorado foothills:
“Would you like to come to a private cannabis-infused dinner? It is an upscale event with an intimate setting where the chef pairs each plate to compliment terpenes found in cannabis.”