Cannabis Cookbooks

THR’s at-a-glance look at the week in representation news. Who got signed, promoted, hired or fired? The Hollywood Reporter’s Rep Sheet rounds up the week in representation news. To submit announcements for consideration, contact rebecca.sun@thr.com. She’s got style Publicity firm ID has signed: — Micaela Erlanger, perennially one of THR’s top 25 power stylists, whose […]

L.A. Times Food Bowl returns for a second year in May, with 31 days of events celebrating L.A.’s great food and drink scene and helping raise awareness and funds to fight food waste, hunger and food insecurity. The lineup of dining events, panel discussions, chef collaborations, volunteer projects and other food and drink-inspired happenings is […]

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April 20, a.k.a. 4/20, has arrived, reminding Canadians that, ready or not, legalization of marijuana is on its way. Some folks are already familiar, if not outright comfortable with the notion. Some are less familiar and would like to become more knowledgeable. Whether you intend to access cannabis for therapeutic/medical use; to relax and socialize; […]

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Ready-made cannabis-infused snacks, desserts, and drinks are super convenient when you want a quick nibble or a light refreshment to switch up the mood. But, when you’re looking for something a bit more substantial, the kitchen is the only place that can truly satisfying a munchie void. Learning to make your own cannabis-infused dishes—from entrées […]

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Denver’s week-long celebration of 4/20 dips a toe into nearly every aspect of Colorado’s culture. As the state’s cannabis industry grows, so do the size and scope of its events. From concerts to food festivals and high society soirées, here is your definitive guide to 4/20 events in Denver for 2018. Concerts and Music Festivals […]

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At Cal, Vanessa Lavorato, owner of Marigold Sweets and cohost of the TV show Bong Appétit, was like many another college undergraduate: She had a fondness for both cannabis and chocolate. But her appreciation was from an amateur’s perspective. She hadn’t considered either substance as the foundation for a career until she chatted one day with […]

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It can sometimes come from out of nowhere. Let’s just say you stop by a friend’s house and he or she informs you that they’ve just baked up a batch of pot brownies using a recipe that they got from some knock-off version of the Anarchist Cookbook. You eat one and then another. After thirty–minutes […]

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It can sometimes come from out of nowhere. Let’s just say you stop by a friend’s house and he or she informs you that they’ve just baked up a batch of pot brownies using a recipe that they got from some knock-off version of the Anarchist Cookbook. You eat one and then another. After thirty–minutes […]

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Alon Shaya/Facebook Is Alon Shaya cooking’s new socially conscious heir apparent? In his new restaurants, Saba and Safta, he’s planning to pay competitive wages far and above the median average payscale of restaurant employees, and provide health benefits, continuing education, and mandatory cultural training on a regular basis. In his new cookbook, Shaya, an ode […]

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Alon Shaya/Facebook Is Alon Shaya cooking’s new socially conscious heir apparent? In his new restaurants, Saba and Safta, he’s planning to pay competitive wages far and above the median average payscale of restaurant employees, and provide health benefits, continuing education, and mandatory cultural training on a regular basis. In his new cookbook, Shaya, an ode […]

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