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Infused BBQ Pulled Jackfruit Sammies with Medicated Broccoli Slaw


by Anna Ervin & Dondi Cobb It’s that time of year again, either a vegan’s worst nightmare or the season they’ve been most looking forward to. I personally fall into the second category, but not for a lack of many, many awkward backyard bar-b-que’s spent picking through a side salad and, if I was lucky, […]

Medicated Macaroni Salad


by Anna Ervin & Dondi Cobb You know those dishes that just taste like summer? Like one bite instantly takes you back to camping trips at the lake, or BBQ’s with your family? If you’ve been following my recipes for a while, you’ve probably noticed that I begin the majority of my recipes with a […]

3 Infused Tequila Cocktails


by Anna Ervin & Dondi Cobb | Two Twisted Girls Cinco de Mayo is widely observed in the US as a way to celebrate Mexican culture and heritage. In the spirit of the holiday, as well as the quickly approaching warm weather, I thought we’d share three of our family’s favorite tequila cocktails, the Paloma, […]

Spaghetti Papania Bolognese


by Micah McKamie Meals with cannabis as an ingredient don’t need to be complex. I’m here to introduce you to my medicated spaghetti and meat sauce that isn’t Impastable to make!! Papania is the street name for cannabis in Italy, so I stuck to true Italian tradition and gave it a literal descriptive name. Pasta, […]

Vegetable Pad Thai with Infused Spicy Peanut Sauce


by Anna Ervin I used to tell my husband that I loved him “to the moon and back infinity.” Today, you’re more likely to hear me say that I love him more than spicy peanut noodles, because I genuinely believe that’s more than a trip to the moon, multiplied by infinity. I cannot remember the […]

Malaysian Chicken Soup


by Amy Lee What You Need: 1 tsp. coconut oil 1 tbsp. red curry paste 17.5 oz (500g) potatoes, peeled, chopped 4 cups (1l) chicken stock 3/4 cup (180ml) coconut milk, can 17.5 oz (500g) sweet potatoes, peeled, chopped 2 chicken thighs (8oz/230g), skinless, boneless, chopped 2 tbsp. fish sauce 1 lime, juiced chili flakes, […]

Lamb and Farro


with braised kale, sweet potato puree, and herbed cannabutter by Micah McKamie Anytime it starts getting cold I start craving Lamb. There is something about the heartiness and robust flavor of Lamb that really warms the soul. I particularly love Lamb in Middle Eastern Food. Their love of family and friends comes out at every […]

A Bowl of Autumn Gold


by Chef Sebastian Carosi Generally, around late August we start to see the plethora of winter squash ripening. Then over the next few months, you will see everything from curry to hubbard, and buttercup to delicata. Winter squash are some of the most delicious, nutritious, and versatile ingredients of the autumn season. Unlike their summer […]

Powered by Plants


by Anna Ervin When I made this chili recipe for a family occasion a few years ago, my father-in-law went back for seconds. He said, “I don’t know who brought this chili but it’s the best that I’ve ever had.” Hearing this from the man who never lets me forget what a kook I am […]

Good Clean Livin’


by James Bridges Fun? It’s rare. Okay, I’ll stop stating the obvious right off the bat here. I show up in the middle of an afternoon to find two grown men having the time of their lives while at “work.” That’s rare. Brian Gammill, owner of Oklahoma Medicine, and Tim Jouett, man behind the curtain […]

Smart Eating for Munchies & Lunch Idea’s for the Mid-Day Hig


by Veronica Castillo For some people, Cannabis is consumed for assistance with appetite, for example, cancer patients. For many people, the increase in appetite is not desired and actually keeps some from consuming Cannabis. Regardless of the reason, when the munchies hit, what we eat shouldn’t be bad. It may taste great but is there […]

Medicated Lemon Meltaways


by Amy Lee bohooils.com It is easy to substitute the regular coconut oil with an infused coconut oil and create delicious edibles with a low dose, perfect for microdosing. The strain I used was provided by Envie Cannabis Boutique in Tulsa, OK and is Sativa dominant to assist in stimulating my endocannabinoid system.  These delicious […]

What’s Up Wellness


Cook with me by Amy Lee Cannabis Golden Milk This inflammation-fighting powerhouse beverage is a favorite of mine. Its rich and indulgent texture makes it the perfect drink to sip slowly and enjoy. The combination of ingredients works together to prevent cellular damage, improve mood, supporting brain function, lowering blood sugar and boosting the immune […]

Canna-pecan pie


by Kayla Johnson The sugar-powered fun of Halloween is over, and the Christmas season is waiting just around the corner, along with other beautiful holiday celebrations. As much as I love carving pumpkins, and decorating for the holiday season, Thanksgiving holds a special place in my heart for a multitude of reasons. There’s something really […]

Cannacorn balls


October has finally rolled around, and with it comes what is a favorite holiday for thousands of people across the country: Halloween. This fright and sugar packed time of year is full of treats, ranging from candy from the store to some of the fright-themed offerings concocted for Halloween parties, like jello brains or even […]

Canna-que Sauce


by Kayla Johnson When September rolls around, most people and their families are settling back into the school-year rhythm, getting used to their class schedule, and even starting to gear up for a busy holiday season that seems to start earlier and earlier each year. For many people, something else usually starts towards the end […]

Cooking With Grass-Brownies


by Kayla Johnson Ahh, the pot brownie. A staple of early cannabis culture that’s still a favorite today. These treats can pack quite a punch in a delicious, chocolatey square. There are dozens of different variations of brownies floating around the web. Everything from caramel and nuts to marshmallow fluff. Today we’re throwing back to […]

Cooking With Grass-Spicy Cannacornbread


by Kayla Johnson Winter in Oklahoma is often a mixed bag, but when those cold days finally blow in, few things are as comforting as soup or chili on a cold night, especially with cornbread. Ahh, cornbread. A comfort food classic, as sweet or savory as you prefer, and if you’ve got cannabutter on hand, […]