TFT How To: Make The Best Vegan Cannabutter Ever In The Oven
Coconut oil is employed instead of butter, yielding a longer-lasting (coconut oil doesn’t go rancid as quickly as actual butter), potent pot butter that is perfect for making marijuana edibles such as cannaballs.
Gunpowder Green Tea Syrup: The Condiment You Didn’t Know You Needed
Loose leaf tea is the most common method of preparation around the world, unlike in...
Impress Your Old-School Relatives With These Impeccable Cannabis Cookies
These Impeccable Pignoli Cannabis Cookies are not as visually appealing as a dollop of jam or a shell of tasty icing, but deish and potent.
Make The 7-Layer Holiday Weed Cookies Everyone Fights Over
Waiting on line for 90 minutes at one of the local Italian bakeries every major holiday had just one perk. I could purchase separate poundage of 7 Layer cookies for m
You Won’t Be Able To Keep Your Hands Off These Holiday Cannabis Cookies
This particular recipe is an allergy friendly and simple pleasure that doesn’t involve expensive and exotic ingredients, but still tastes like a cloud that some saint is chilling on.
Hey, Vegans: You’re Going To Want To Scream For This Cashew Cream
I prepared a simple vegan meal for a vegan family of eight the other day. I am a chef, so simple is not a fair word perhaps. Prepare yourselves for this cashew cream...it will blow your mind.
When Alcohol Won’t Do: How To Make A Quick Marijuana Raspberry Shrub
This beverage dates back centuries, and provides a use to fruit that is on it’s way to rotting, preventing waste and satisfying your sweet tooth and thirst at the same time.
Try This Repeal Day Favorite With A Twist: The Mary ‘Jane’ Pickford
Prohibition of alcohol ended a few years before the full prohibition of marijuana picked up speed, so let's toast Repeal Day by imbibing in both!
Drink Up: Celebrate Repeal Day With These Two Classic Cocktails
December 5, also known as Repeal Day, is an important day for bartenders and drinkers. It marks the day that prohibition was repealed back in 1933. Prohibition banned the production and sale of alcohol in 1920, believing that alcohol was the cause of crime and basically everything wrong with society.