Serving cannabis meals and organizing marijuana-infused evenings is a very popular entertainment right now. High-end THC-infused cuisine is developing fast. More and more chefs specialize in cannabis cooking. Marijuana is becoming the most interesting ingredient to add to your dish.
A cannabis dinner is an event that many of us want to attend. For example, the recent Mason Jar Event Group's cannabis dinner caused a whirlwind of attention. The evening was held at a beautiful farm with a band playing relaxing music. They served meals that contained just the right amount of cannabis to be a pleasurable addition to the “high evening.” All dishes were beautifully decorated and prepared by notable chefs. This year's Cannabis Pairing Dinner is the bright example of what an evening with cannabis cuisine should be.
In addition, Hosea Rosenberg who has won Top Chef is also on the edge of the culinary trend. He organizes harvest dinners in Boulder where the help of local growers adds a unique flair to the chef's meals.
Unfortunately, public consumption and serving of marijuana-infused meals are still not legal. The “underground” cannabis dinners attract adventurous people who want to add new colors to their lives. Chefs find ways to skirt the law and hold private dinners that often operate with special invitations and entry codes. This all makes the events even more alluring. People feel that they are involved in something special and secretive.
The atmosphere of these cannabis events is rather intimate—the hosts often invite 15-20 people to be able to converse with each of them.
Another trend that rapidly gains the popularity is catering cannabis dishes. There are a lot of chefs involved in this kind of business. One of the most notable of them is Hawaii Mike Salman. This self-taught cook is famous for his homestyle food. The chef is the main attraction of Dinner is Dope events organized by Chef for Higher where medicated food is served.
This chef also works underground and says that the gray market has long existed and will always function in New York.
Mike is a professional in the field despite been self-taught. He carefully measures how much THC his guests consume and knows what the right dosage is. His tables always have alternative unmedicated food on them.
Have you ever heard of pot pairing? This kind of gatherings is also an attractive dinner to attend. Unlike the previous kind of cannabis events, here you can match each course with a particular strain. You can smoke pipes or joints after eating a dish and choose the right combination of tasty food and the strain's high. Smoking during the meal enhances people's appetite and unravels the sensual nuances of every dish.
Cannabis events include not only dinners; it can be a brunch or even a breakfast meeting as well.
The beauty of all these events is hidden in the opportunity to explore the versatility of this magic plant and enjoy it the way it should be done. If you want, you can try to recreate an elegant dinner with special cannabis atmosphere yourself and see why the events are so popular.
To find the inspiration for your meals, look at the numerous recipes at weedy.com.