Wakey wakey eggs and bakey! To go right alongside your Green Eggs and Taoist, why not include the most salivating food alive (bacon) with the most desirable ingredient of all (marijuana)? Bacon, aka God’s gift to meat-eating humans, is a luxury food and easy-to-make-staple at the same time. Often used in breakfast creations, this Wake ‘n Bakin recipe finds marijuana bacon as an appetizer.
Converting cannabis prior to incorporating it into edibles is the crucial step in any Baked: Cooking with Mary Jean recipe. As noted in the decarboxylation tutorial, conversion is a necessary part in the process of activating cannabinoids.
I’d question my friendship with anyone who doesn’t love a nice batch of brownies. I mean come on: chocolate, chocolate, and more chocolate? Who could possibly say no to that? My first memories involve licking the batter off of mom’s brownie bowl, with the fudgy goodness igniting my tastebuds. But what mom didn’t include is an ingredient I learned to curate and perfect in the future: cannabis.
Quiche has become a staple breakfast delight in households across the world. Proving that yes, anything can be made into a pie, this “egg-pie” can be combined with a myriad of cheeses, vegetables, meats, and other ingredients, to create a unique breakfast––or dessert––dish that is unique to your gustatory needs.
In order to create any of the Baked: Cooking with Mary Jean recipes, one crucial step is necessary: Decarboxylation. Now, say that five times fast!
Tequila and Cannabis: quite possibly the greatest marriage of ingredients since the discovery of peanut butter and bananas. Blended fluidly within the guise of a cocktail, the Medical Marijuana Margarita can cure any dark spell (or salty one) with its zesty flavor, inherently cool composition, and verte-infused high-ness. Since its first concoction in Mexico in the early 20th century, the margarita has challenged drinkers with a one tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor! style of living, mixed with the ever-looming question, “Salt? Or no salt?”