Cannabis Cookbooks

Are you a trendy eater? In our never-ending quest to belong, we are constantly checking our status to see where we sit in popularity charts. How many friends do you have on Facebook? Are you wearing the right kind of shoes, or make-up are your skirts or pants in the most popular pattern or colour? […]

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America’s Academy Awards of cannabis—Emerald Cup 2018—concluded north of San Francisco on Sunday. Now, it’s time to smoke the winners. Thanks to California legalization Proposition 64 and technology, it’s easier than ever to locate California’s most highly prized cannabis flowers, extracts, and edibles. Gone are the days of having to climb a hill in Humboldt […]

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On this episode of Motley Fool Money, four Foolish analysts run down the week’s biggest market news. The government shutdown is definitely big, but an even bigger market impact is coming from China’s slowdown. Meanwhile, a bad quarterly report from Macy’s (NYSE:M) didn’t just tank Macy’s stock but also sent troubled ripples throughout the retail space. […]

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Spinach dip can feel like the responsible, healthy choice on an appetizer buffet but that doesn’t mean it has to be bland or boring. For a spinach dip to really taste good, we found that both the ingredients and the method were key. We packed tons of flavor into our spinach dip with herbs, red […]

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Looking ahead to 2019 There was a meme online recently that said 2018 was so long, we all forgot there was an Olympics. I had to Google it — February in PyeongChang, in case you’re wondering. Yes, it has felt like this year has dragged on and on, leaving us stumbling into 2019. And, if, […]

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Presented by On Tuesday the Legislature’s conspicuously active Democratic majorities are expected to take up and pass two high profile LGBT protection bills — GENDA , which would prohibit discrimination based on gender identity or expression, and a ban on conversion therapy — following Monday’s sweeping election reforms. But much of the attention will focus […]

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Five years ago, Paula Wolfert suddenly couldn’t remember how to make an omelet as she walked into her kitchen to prepare one. This would be unsettling for anyone who likes to cook, but for 50 years Wolfert was a leader in the culinary world, having popularized Mediterranean and North African cuisines in the United States. […]

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Five years ago, Paula Wolfert suddenly couldn’t remember how to make an omelet as she walked into her kitchen to prepare one. This would be unsettling for anyone who likes to cook, but for 50 years Wolfert was a leader in the culinary world, having popularized Mediterranean and North African cuisines in the United States. […]

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After your namesake restaurant is well into its second decade and still flourishing, after you win a James Beard Foundation Award for outstanding pastry chef, and after you release a popular cookbook, “Cookie Love,” what’s next? If you’re Mindy Segal, who has worked in the kitchens at Charlie Trotter’s and MK, you disrupt the edible […]

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Make sure you see the dizzying display of every flower entered into the Emerald Cup cannabis competition, and learn the winners on Sunday at 3 p.m. on the Emerald Stage. Peruse our shopping recommendations featuring newly launched items, rare small-batch products and great gift ideas for beginners and aficionados alike. Beginner Picks for Emerald Cup […]

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This weekend, meet Jamie Oliver, plug in at the Brooklyn Podcast Festival, dance to David Bowie, get dramatic at BroadwayCon and more things to do in NYC. Meet Jamie Oliver Britain’s most affable celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is crossing the pond for the first time in a while with his new cookbook 5 Ingredients: Quick […]

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Today we look ahead to the year in wine, and 2019 begins with a promised B.C. government inquiry into its highly questionable position as buyer, seller and regulator of the liquor market. The challenge is that the market is so artificial and the field so tilted in the favour of government, it’s difficult to believe […]

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