Decades after retiring from professionally partying with famous rockstars, ‘Penny Lane’ maintains a Sauvie Island farm inherited from her parents, where her new passion is wild rice.
I was attending a not-very-legal book launch party, held in a downtown Brooklyn loft last week, for David Bienenstock’s new book, How to Smoke Pot (Properly): A Highbrow Guide to Getting High.
The sale of marijuana edibles now accounts for roughly half of the $5.4 billion cannabis industry. This got us here at MUNCHIES thinking: Have edibles jumped the shark?
Whoopi Goldberg is the most high-profile celebrity to ever dive headfirst into the world of marijuana edibles. I spoke to the actress about why she decided to join in on the industry.
Mindy Segal—chef-owner at Chicago’s acclaimed Hot Chocolate Restaurant, James Beard award winner, and author Cookie Love—plans to bring her 30 years of culinary experience into the world of medical marijuana.
It seemed like a win-win for everyone when a Girl Scout made a ton of money selling cookies outside of an LA dispensary, but then things got complicated due to the name of a popular strain.
We went through the ritual of observing the wine’s legs, inhaling its bouquet, and swishing air into the glass—and then took a toke of pot perfectly paired with it.
Smokin’ Ed Currie no longer cultivates or consumes weed, though he does still occasionally get high on his own supply of hot peppers—if you believe severe intestinal distress followed by a major endorphin rush qualifies as a high.
The brains behind Colorado’s marijuana legalization campaign are now pursuing a ballot measure in Denve called “The Limited Social Marijuana Consumption Initiative.” Translation: “Let’s allow people to get high and socialize in restaurants and bars, just like they do with booze.”
While millions of joints, bowls, blunts, bongs, and dabs are blazed up this week, The Weed Eater has forsworn the ubiquitous smoke in favor of discovering the most satisfying pot-infused food available in America’s mecca of legal weed.
Who popularized the health food store, organics, farm fresh produce, and the grow-your-own movement? Who spread the good word about vegetarianism, veganism, raw food, macrobiotics, and sustainability? Deadheads, that’s who.
I was inspired to make a holiday weed feast after finding out that Santa Claus’s surprising origins include psychedelic mushrooms, reindeer piss, and shamanism.
In the 1840s, a group of Parisian intellectuals used to gather to drink hashish-spiked coffee and fuel their creative minds. Why not update that little ritual by blending the biohacker’s favorite drink—Bulletproof Coffee—with cannabutter?
Hunter S. Thompson fought many battles in his life, and didn’t often win. So what better way to help him posthumously celebrate the sweet smell of herbal liberation in Colorado than by throwing a small victory party at his fortified compound, Owl Farm, featuring an appropriately over-the-top pairing of fully legal cannabis and high-end cuisine?
Cooking while stoned requires skill both in the kitchen and in handling your herb. But there are a couple tricks, humbly compiled by The Weed Eater over the course of many years, to help make everything go smoothly.
Welcome to The Weed Eater, a new column exploring the intersection of cannabis and cuisine from former High Times editor, David Bienenstock. To celebrate the culinary side of 4/20 weekend, David headed to Denver to indulge in a fancy weed dinner.