It’s legal and regal—time to make some classy baked goods that can get you baked. Because everyone loves sugar, and (nearly) everyone loves cannabis.
This beautifully photographed cookbook celebrates a British-style high tea—where all the delightful snacks are laden with cannabis. Now that the legal and regulated consumption of cannabis is steadily increasing, more and more of us are using weed when we bake. Gobbling down cannabis gives you a different high than smoking it, plus it’s fun and easy to bake with, and the therapeutic benefits are much more effective. So it’s time to get this book and make a classy high tea worthy of the British royals (but load it with space cakes, tarts, and sweet treats).
Just some of the recipes included in this book are Dulce de Leche Sandwich Cookies, S’mokey S’Mores Bars, Gooey Brownies, Proper Scones, and centerpiece-worthy creations like the Banana Toffee Cake.
This book also explains the basics to making herb butters, oils, and other essential cannabinoid baking bases. Best of all, the mind-melting component of each of these desserts can be cranked up, dialed down, or removed completely—depending on your personal preference.
Cannabis food titles are a growing publishing trend, and definitely one to be a part of.
Using google searches for the world “edibles” - the slang word for cannabis food - have tripled in the last three years.
With the success of recent cannabis cooking shows - like VICE’s Bong Appetit, and Netflix’s Cooking on High - there is a clear hunger for this content.
Accessible recipes, so that anyone new to the world of cannabis cooking can follow along.
Publicity: Food sections at top newspapers including NYT, WSJ, LAT, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, SF Chronicle, Houston Chronicle, and syndicates, etc.
Online coverage expected on all above web/social-arms plus Epicurious.com, FoodNetwork.com, Yahoo Food, Leite’s Culinaria, Chalkboard Magazine, Cookbook Junkies, Daily Meal, Eater.com, Food52.