Make these now and have a taco fiesta tonight.
Be a rich bitch like Josh Gil and top your scrambled eggs with uni.
Salad’s supposed to be healthy—the go-to dish for dieters who are trying to cut carbs and get some much-needed roughage into their diets. Well, this isn’t one of those salads.
The richness of cheesecake and the decadence of chocolate combine in the most perfect brownie ever.
Mix this simple oil base with your usual oil in a variety of sweet and savory preparations.
Sure, you could poach your octopus in some water with a cork, but what you really should be doing is gently cooking it in olive oil for the most kick-ass flavor.
These doughnuts require little skill or equipment, but taste as good as store-bought.
We’ve got your next weekend project right here.
This prime rib is juicy, flavorful, and easy-to-prepare. And with a garlicky, cannabis-spiked chimichurri sauce, it’s downright heavenly.
Utilize spring produce and make this simple salad your go-to weeknight meal.
Ever feel like mac and cheese isn’t super healthy? You’re probably right, but with this simple spinach pesto, you can feel less guilty and pack in some much needed vitamins.
Switch up your boring mashed potatoes and instead mash every root vegetable you have in your pantry.
Save some of your buds to throw on the grill with your oysters for the ultimate smoked effect.
Redefine the wake n’ bake with some of this milk in your morning cereal.
Protip: slightly undercook your brownies for the ultimate fudgy batch.
This infused sugar will give you a different kind of “sugar high.”
Stones 12 believers. And non-believers, too.
A traditional, citrus-forward champagne cocktail—that also gets you high. Is there anything better in life?
The Last Word is a classic cocktail, reportedly developed during Prohibition, that goes great with the super piney flavor of OG Kush.
Skywalker is a wonderfully tropical and fruity variety with an almost candy-like sweetness, so it goes perfectly with rum for a hand-shaken daiquiri where you can really taste all the components.
This cocktail plays up the skunky aroma of Sour Diesel by combining it with a peaty Scotch that’s not too smoky. A really sweet vermouth with a rich vegetal backbone rounds everything out.
Why not add some weed to this already-delicious Peruvian dish of fresh seafood, sweet potato, and corn in a bright citrus marinade?
We like our martini stirred, not shaken—oh, and laced with a bunch of bud.
The completo—as served in Santiago or stateside at San Antonio Bakery in Queens—is a hot dog on a roll, with sauerkraut, diced tomatoes, avocado, and a thick squiggle of mayo.