5 cannabis chefs to hire for your next dinner party

5 cannabis chefs to hire for your next dinner party
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If you love edibles, then you’ll definitely love an entire multi-course meal centered around them. Cannabis-infused foods and dinners are one of the coolest ways to evolve your relationship with the plant and they’re also an excellent way to promote your brand and grow your network. There are many chefs out there who are doing great work in connecting the worlds of weed and food for consumers of all levels. Here are five chefs that you should hire for your next cannabis-friendly event. Amanda Jackson Chef Amanda Jackson is a personal chef who’s been cooking professionally for over two decades. Her talents have been hired by many big names like Dave Chappelle, Kevin Hart, and HBO. Chef Jackson attended culinary school at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, North Carolina before she stepped into the world of restaurants. In 2017, she went into business for herself and has been cooking with weed since 2016. Her mission is to enhance her dishes with the herb, not to simply get you high off a fancy edible. One of her signature dishes is an infused fried okra salad, consisting of fried okra, pickled onions, and pickled sweet peppers over a bed of greens with an infused balsamic vinaigrette. Find Jackson on Instagram @chefamandabusy. Leather Storrs Chef Leather Storrs is a beast in the kitchen, straight up. He is the host of the Netflix show Cooked with Cannabis, a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America, the former owner of Noble Rot in Portland, and the maker of the best steak I have ever tasted in my life. Storrs has been cooking professionally for over 30 years. He was led to the intersection of food and weed by necessity. A fan of edibles, he was never able to find ones that satisfied him, so…

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