High for the Holidays: Cannabis-Infused Recipes


  • Last modified: February 15, 2021

By forgoing large family gatherings and parties this year due to COVID, many of us are staring down a dull 2020 holiday season. How to spice it up?

With pot, maybe.

Recreational marijuana has been approved by Arizona voters, but for a few more months the 280,000 of us in the state with medical marijuana cards are the only ones that can legally purchase pot. I’ll be taking advantage of my patient status and whipping up a decadent Thanksgiving dinner that incorporates cannabis into the mix. In fact, I’ve already done a trial run to share with you.

– Read the entire article at Phoenix New Times.


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