There are many CBD and THC instructional web pages that offer little more than a wing and a prayer when it comes to following and hopefully re-creating complex cannabis recipes. Viewing the rapid fire selection of nameless YouTube videos assume you already know everything there is to know about cooking with cannabis and drinking, makes following a recipe almost impossible!
That is until I came across a lovely Facebook Group named Cannadish. In fact, they invited me to join. Very kind, thank you. They offer something that I have never seen before, at least not in this format. What they do is similar to the bartending resources that I used to watch by my late-friend, Gaz Regan. He called it mindful bartending. Regan’s work was so inspiring. I’d love to see his mindfulness translated to the cannabis community. I think Cannadish has created something unique and therefore exciting.
Cannadish has an organic plan to teach the basics and not so basics in a fashion that is not overwhelming, nor are their recipes too difficult to make at home.
There is much to like in their ethos. It’s evident that their web creatives care about the quality and flavor of their recipes. Most importantly, the recipes test every time, not just on the web but in real life experience. That’s what caught my attention. Good.
Cannadish makes cooking with cannabis fun and educational. The win/win are the friendly, helpful folks who are out there, seemingly all the time. Cannadish is seriously fun and possesses good advice that you can use, right away.
Their recipe, how to make weed tea at home may well be the most fun you can have with ingredients that you’d normally throw out. Like the stems. Who keeps those?
An easy way to make weed tea with cannabis oil powder and dry tea herbs.
Souchong Rambler Cocktail.
3 oz. Lapsang Souchong Tea
1.5 oz. thc infused Pechuga Mezcal- the stuff that is made from chicken skin drippings
2 oz. fresh squeezed orange juice
Fee Brothers Chocolate Bitters
Add the liquid ingredients to a Boston Shaker filled 3/4 with ice
Cap and shake hard for thirty seconds
Pour over a rock of ice in a clean glass
Dot with Fee Brothers Chocolate Bitters