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Cooking with Cannabis: Celebrate with Toni’s Truffles

This recipe is one I adapted from a Brazilian confection from the 1940s to honor my great friend Toni Case. It’s very simple and quite delicious, plus … cannabis! If your hands get gooey when you roll the little balls, coat ‘em with cooking spray. So good! To make around two dozen candies, you’ll need:


Start dreaming of a Green Wednesday; Start dreaming of a Green Wednesday New cannabis holiday designed to help with long weekend

Aunt Edna’s lumbago. The time Grandpa caught a squirrel with a fishing net. Your cousin’s poor decision to marry “that bum.” All things you’re going to have to listen to sober for the seventh year in a row this Thanksgiving if you don’t come prepared with something that takes the edge off, spurs your appetite for dry turkey and drier stuffing, and maybe even makes you giggle a little at the squirrel story.

Strain of the Month: Galactic Glue makes it easy to take flight

UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 2, 2021

Appearance: This nicely put-together gram packet consisted of four perfectly cured buds, which were pale green in color accented by a reddish hue from the pistils. Upon closer inspection, a dense microscape of trichomes took in a range of fantastical shapes while colors ranged from clear to translucent on the swollen calyxes, and a deep amber on the pistil tips. It was obviously handled with care in the trimming process.

Strain review: Lemon Time

Appearance: The packaging gives a few hints of the quality, craft cannabis within, stating, “Slow Cured Small Batch and Packaged Fresh.” There is no transparency in the package, perhaps to prevent ultraviolet degradation, but it also can enhance the anticipation of what awaits inside.