Posts Tagged ‘marijuana’

Come High, But Don’t Bring Pot, to Mess Hall’s Blazed & Glazed Festival

Restaurant at Patowmack Farm chef Tarver King will teach you how to cook with marijuana.

Are You Gonna Drink That? Cannabis-Infused Pomegranate Lemonade

Cold-pressed pomegranate and lemon juices are mixed with cayenne pepper—and 60 to 70 milligrams of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

District Growers Debut Marijuana-Infused Cold-Pressed Juices

You'll need a medical marijuana prescription if you want to buy flavors like More Freedom (pineapple-wheatgrass) or More Bliss (lemonade with cayenne pepper).

Amsterdam Falafelshop Offers a Pot Pairing Menu

Try some baba ganoush and beets with your OG Kush.

DC Brau and Oskar Blues Release IPA With “Aromas of Cannabis”

Try the ode to Initiative 71 for the first time at Meridian Pint tonight.

Union Kitchen Members Can Make—But Not Sell—Marijuana Edibles

Food producers are welcome to make cannabis chocolate or pot buttered popcorn, but they can't sell it or possess more than two ounces.

Nando’s Peri-Peri Celebrates Pot Legalization With Free Chicken at 4:20 p.m. Today

The deal applies to all four D.C. locations.

Amsterdam Falafelshop Promotes “Potlafel” In Honor of Marijuana Legalization

"Pick your favorite strain—be it Purple Haze, Super Diesel or White Widdow—and start topping!"

Cooking With Herbs: The Alice B. Toklas Recipe That Carole Greenwood Won’t Cook

[WARNING: Do not attempt this at home. Unless maybe you have a qualifying medical condition. If you do, please consult your doctor and/or lawyer as results may vary.] Tonight, at Artisphere in Arlington, celebrated D.C. chef Carole Greenwood hosts a special $150-per-person "pop-up culinary adventure," inspired by one of the best-selling cookbooks of all time, […]

Alice B. Toklas, Eat Your Herb Out: Proof’s Mark Kuller On Weeding Out The Competition

"Pretty simple explanation. Alice B Toklas' pot brownie recipe was left off the tasting menu because mine are much better!"—Restaurateur Mark Kuller, explaining to Eater DC why Proof's new $59 four-course tasting menu, inspired by The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook, glaringly omits the book's most notorious recipe