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.
~
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.
 
Click here to read the complete article.

Recent News Articles

Thursday March 12

New bill would change Utah’s medical marijuana program again

in Politics

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

SALT LAKE CITY — A new bill again tweaking Utah’s medical marijuana program received a…

2774 hits

Thursday March 12

Baseball is spearheading common-sense cannabis policy in US sports

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

For a professional athlete, a typical bad day at the office might include a broken…

3291 hits

Monday March 16

COVID-19 restrictions sparking a run on cannabis stores

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

As governors and mayors across North America order the shutdown of bars, restaurants, and gathering…

1794 hits

Monday March 16

Amid coronavirus, Canadian cannabis stores see ‘unprecedented’ sales surge

in Cannabis News

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

Cannabis stores in Ontario and Alberta reported “unprecedented demand” as the country hunkers down to…

1768 hits

Tuesday March 17

NFL Eliminates Suspensions For Positive Cannabis Tests

in Sports

by Bruce Kennedy - Editor in Chief

The National Football League is about to make a dramatic change to its drug testing…

963 hits