Before legalization in Colorado as we know it, there was Boulder— a mountainside utopia where droves of hippies found refuge in the late 1960s.
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.
Green smoothies and cold-pressed juices are lauded for their ability to give the body a boost without taxing the digestive system as much as eating does.
There’s a lot of buzz around a joint venture between two Newfoundland companies that want to bring cannabis-infused honey and honey products to local and global markets.
An unusual cooking competition show sees expert chefs make sumptuous meals with cannabis while a judging panel of weed enthusiasts get stoned.
Marijuana masked as something delicious is ideal for the cannabis curious who are reluctant to smoke.
Just four ingredients needed for buttery balls.
Covering things in other things is a time-honored chef trick for taking breaded food to the next level.
Unless your Grandma was more into jam bands than making jam, you’ve probably never tasted pot brownies that could even compare to her delicious, fudgy chocolate-swirl brownies.
There’s nothing better than adding soft, smooth butter to a recipe.