Cannabis Cookbooks

This story first appeared on VICE Quebec. With the holidays coming up fast, a lot of us are gearing up for the many traditional feasts that await us. But when discussing classic holiday foods with colleagues, I noticed that most of our families have at the very least one super shady dish, that we seem […]

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Several years ago, a friend with a neurological condition presented the founders of Engineered Medical Technologies with an unusual problem. She was making marijuana-infused edibles to control her condition, but she only determined how strong they were by taking them. If she made them too strong, the cookies or brownies could affect her for a […]

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Jami Curl is the author of “Candy Is Magic: Real Ingredients, Moden Recipes.”  Courtesy of the author We kick off episode 33 examining how three notable niche businesses created their own unusual spaces in the culinary industry. For our second course, we’ve all heard that strong branding is key to success. But each of our panel of culinary […]

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Jewish food maven Joan Nathan has some serious chutzpah. In a recent cooking demo for Vice’s “Bong Appétit” series, Nathan, who’s considered the Julia Child of Jewish cuisine, infuses classic matzo balls with a trippy twist: weed. “It’s supposed to be lighthearted,” the “King Solomon’s Table” cookbook author tells The Post of her pot-powered recipe. […]

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Jewish food maven Joan Nathan has some serious chutzpah. In a recent cooking demo for Vice’s “Bong Appétit” series, Nathan, who’s considered the Julia Child of Jewish cuisine, infuses classic matzo balls with a trippy twist: weed. “It’s supposed to be lighthearted,” the “King Solomon’s Table” cookbook author tells The Post of her pot-powered recipe. […]

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Julia Child and her husband Paul at Richard Olney’s house in 1973. The TV chef played a big role in popularizing French food in the U.S. Suzy Paterson/Courtesy of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University hide caption … read more at: http://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2017/11/01/560006832/vive-les-gourmands-how-six-american-expats-in-paris-changed-how-we-eat

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