Chef Coreen Carroll, right, and fiance Ryan Bush host their Canaisseur series dinner pop-up, which pairs gourmet courses with marijuana. Photo by Albert Law. www.porkbellystudio.com
 
At chef Coreen Carroll’s latest pop-up dinner series, people may ask you to “pass the weed,” and no one will think it’s strange.
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At a time when pop-up dinners have become a popular way to meet new people and have intimate, chef-hosted dinners, Carroll and her fiancé, Ryan Bush, are hosting a new kind of prix-fixe dinner in San Francisco. Labeled “The Cannaisseur Series,” they offer up four courses of gourmet food, a selection of beer and wine, and a carefully curated list of marijuana to have between courses.
 
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