Fox News Asks The Question Can Culinary Cannabis Really Take Food To New Heights?
The kings of Fair and Balanced reporting have come to the conclusion that “pot does not taste good”.
Familiarity alone does not an expert make. Driving doesn’t make you Dale Earnhardt, Jr., and no matter how many baskets you sink, you’ll never be Kobe. Take for example the latest seemingly odd addition to the culinary world: a pot food critic (not as in “crock pot,” “one-pot meal” or “potluck”, as in someone who makes a living eating then evaluating marijuana-infused food.) Marijuana’s counter-culture—(think Cheech and Chong, Jeff Spicoli in “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”)—has increasingly been creeping into mainstream life, and is now aiming high for the nation’s haute cuisine kitchens.