A cooking show with one special ingredient: cannabis. Starring Mary Jean Dunsdon.
Is there anything more iconic in pot culture than the beauty of baked goods made with love... and weed? Maybe that’s a little over the top, but there sure is something great about eating those special brownies. If you have a budding chef that you need to shop, for there are some great gifts for people who love to bake pot brownies.
Yeah, you could make weed pizza or a cannaburger, but they can take hours and might leave you with some terrible tasting concoctions (which, if you didn't realize already, wastes valuable quantities of weed). Or, you can go the easy way and engineer a quality high that not only feels unbound, but tastes amazing too.
You pair them with spaghetti. You put them on sub sandwiches. You even eat them on their own. Meatballs are an Italian staple that actually originated in China. Nevertheless, we usually eat the Italian style. This entrée can be found from East Asia all the way to Northern Europe, and it is about to be found right on your plate.
Baked potatoes are the perfect side to a steak, hamburger, or even seafood. The entire family can enjoy this hardy starch with butter, sour cream, and chives. Baked potatoes are easy to make, appetizing, and a wonderful addition to a filling meal.
Quiche is a French dish that was more popular in the 1970s than it is now, but you may have had this breakfast entrée before. Usually featuring cheese, veggies, and meat, quiche incorporates all of your favorite breakfast items into one. This recipe will show you how to make a quiche that may have something in common with the 1970s—and that is marijuana.
Everyone loves bacon. The pork product can be found on breakfast and brunch menus everywhere—people cannot get enough of it! When properly cooked, the crispy meat tastes unlike anything else. It’s salty, smoky, and it makes good fat for later use. (Hint: never get rid of your bacon fat; you can use it to cook other meats such as chicken or beef.)
Red velvet cake is best known for its striking color. Usually a deep shade of red, this chocolate cake is both beautiful and scrumptious. While traditional red velvet is made with beetroot, modern bakers oftentimes replace the finicky ingredient with red food coloring. The fluffy cake not only looks great, but it tastes great too—especially with a rich cream cheese frosting!
Melty chocolate. Warm, crispy edges. A soft, gooey inside. We’re talking about brownies! Brownies are a long time favorite for cannabis enthusiasts and non-users alike. You can eat it à la mode with a scoop of your favorite ice cream, you can add icing, eat it plain, or even turn it into an edible.
Who doesn’t love a fresh-baked muffin? Coming in endless varieties, muffins are a great dessert. You can even eat them for breakfast — though maybe they are not the healthiest choice. While there are a number of muffin choices, there is one variation that is much more dessert-like, and that is salted caramel.
There is nothing sweeter than a slice of apple pie. With luscious apples and a flaky crust, the fruit pie is the perfect, spiced palate cleanser at the end of a meal. You can eat it in summer or fall; though it’s better in fall, considering that is when apples are at their peak. Fresh fruit is always best.
There is nothing more inviting than the smell of freshly baked, warm, gooey chocolate chip cookies. Their sweet, sugared aroma may remind you of your grandmother’s house, but sometimes, grandma does not know best. Cheeba Chocolate Chip Cookies may not be your grandmother’s cookies, but after you find out what the main ingredient is, you will know why.
French Toast, interestingly enough, did not actually originate in France. It predates the country of France; recipes for the dish can be found even in ancient Latin texts. These recipes date back to the fourth and fifth centuries. Many Europeans made different variants of this sweet breakfast food. The actual French version is referred to as pain perdu. It is similar to the French toast that we know and love.