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December 17, 2009


Wanna do some hummus?

(Thanks to Siouxie)


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Key quote: "The place opened last week, and so far, 90 percent of its business has been takeout."

And I'm sure they're checking those licenses reeeeeeal carefully . . .

cool. hope they find their way home...

I'll stick to the brownies if it's all the same to you.

Duuuuuuuuude...that's not spinach in the lasagna.

Back in the '60s there was a lot of this spice everyone called "oregano". I heard from reliable sources that using this made really killer pizza, spaghetti, and chili. The meal could go on for, like, hours.

Dude, have you ever really tasted chicken? I mean, like, really tasted it?

This would be good for a pot luck supper.

Yeah, Steve. My Mom never bought the whole "it's only oregano" story.

*snork* @ cj

Weedies - Breakfast of...uh...what??

"Then they add the flour to oil or butter, cook it slowly for up to a couple of days while the THC binds to the fat, and strain out the green flakes."

That's hardcore -- just pressure-cook it for 20 - 30 minutes. If the cannabutter is any less potent, you will be too buzzed to notice.

And you can claim you didn't inhale.

It's medical. They should cater hospital food.

Next on Iron Chef: All competitors win and hug.

When I was in Thailand, I learned that many Thaïs cooked with marijuana. It was something their grandmothers did. Although it was officially illegal, most people don't go around turning in their grandmas. You may not like fish heads and rice, rice bugs raw, or roasted whole frogs, but after a few bites, your tastes seem to change. I don't know why that might be.

Cook something? No way, Dude. There's still some Doritos and peanut butter left.

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