5 Cannabis Chefs Making Unique Weed Meals
Andrea Drummer is a graduate of Le Cordon bleu college of culinary arts in Pasadena, California. She has recently enamored the world with her Cannabis-infused meals. She has her own take on French and Southern-inspired dishes, some of which include stuffed collage green leaves with dirty rice and infused with THC.
Stephany Gocobachi is another great Chef that specializes in THC-infused treats she uses the best fruits and cannabis flowers in her recipes. Known as one of the founders of Flour Child Collective, a natural edible and tropical company, Gocobachi Indulges your senses with recipes such as miniature gluten-free olive oil lemon cakes. And try her gold dust peaches topped with organic granola and basil.
Megan Dee Cave
Megan Dee Cave owned a Baltimore bakery where her customers where looking for cannabis-friendly treats. But sadly Cannabis was still not legal in Maryland. And in 2016 Megan relocated her business to Portland Oregon where she is free to share her creations with the public. Cave offers vegan derived foods some of which include hemp and CBD products like delicious golden honey sticks.
San Franciscan Michael Magallanes is a cannabis chef who uses hash in his dishes stating that it complements his dishes only adding a little bit begin careful not to overpower the dish. Examples of recipes include cannabis powder and coconut oil sprinkled on top of a rice cracker with carrots, pickled chiles, cilantro, and yogurt as well as coffee-roasted carrots and savory chocolate ganache infused with hash coconut oil and dried chiles. He calls it "a play on mole."
A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York, he founded Flourish cannabis in June 2016. Flourish cannabis is a whole plant edibles company stationed in Arizona some of the edibles produced here include onion and dill dips, marinara and wing sauces, ketchup, mustard and ranch dressing. For those of you who have more of a sweet tooth don't worry Payton has you covered with his fruit jam, chocolate taffy, caramel chews, and Flourish’s top-seller, a low-glycemic brownie bolstered with dates.
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