Churros evoke memories of theme parks, subway cars, childhood and special occasions. These marijuana-infused churros will give you new memories.
For me as a farmer, grower and chef, the combination of a soup and a stew — a stoup — is incredibly warming for the body and nourishing for the mind, body and soul.
Lucky for most of us, the outdoor cannabis harvest and the end of gardening season usually coincide, which often leads to some dank salsas in our household.
Nope: cocoa butter isn’t just for sunbathing. This vegetable-based fat can be an invaluable addition to baked goods, imparting a unique flavor and tender texture to cookies and cakes.
Without the big family to cater to, you can freely infuse your food and not worry about children or unsupervised baby boomers copping an unwanted high.
I know you might think Brussels are gross, smell like dirty feet and remind you of your grandma. But we're here to set you straight!
If you have bud and butter, then you can make a cannabis-infused butter with which to medicate you own food.
Once you strain the weed through a mesh strainer or cheesecloth to separate the cannabutter from the marijuana, what do you do with the leftover “pulp”?
Leftover Halloween candy: as unlikely as this phenomenon may sound, it has been known to occur.
It’s “that” time of year whether you’re in California or Chicago. “That” being cooler temps everywhere. Winter’s holidays bring germs and viruses no matter...