Tuesday, 25 May 2010

A Middle Eastern Marijuana Seeds Feast

A Middle Eastern Feast with a Twist

If you want to impress your friends with your internationally-flavoured cuisine as well as show them a good time, there’s a quick and easy way to make an impression. A Middle Eastern feast of dips and flatbreads is simple to prepare and a little goes a long way. What’s the twist you ask? Well, if you incorporate a sprinkling of marijuana seeds into the recipes you will not only enhance the flavour, you will improve the mood of your dinner party no end!

Houmous

Mix up a 400g can of chickpeas, lemon juice, a crushed garlic clove and 2 tablespoon of tahini paste. Whizz it all up in a blender with a little water to moisten and at the last minute add in some crushed marijuana seeds and stir through.

Baba Ganoush

Grill 2 large aubergines then peel and leave to cool. In a mortar dish, crush 2 cloves of garlic and some salt. Then, in a food processor, blend the aubergine and garlic along with lemon juice, 2 tablespoons of tahini, some yoghurt, cumin and pepper. Transfer to a serving dish and drizzle with olive oil, parsley and a sprinkling of crushed marijuana seeds.

Flatbread

This is so simple you barely need the recipe; but here it is. Normal traditional flatbread has only three ingredients: flour, water and salt. But our special recipe has a fourth – marijuana seeds.
In a large bowl, mix up 500g of white flour, 2 teaspoons of salt, a teaspoon of crushed marijuana seeds and 300ml of water (you can add a couple of teaspoons of olive oil too). Knead it all together thoroughly to make a soft dough, then divide into portions and roll out flat. Fry each portion in a shallow frying pan until browned on both sides – done!

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Stuffing Marijuana Seeds Style

There’s nothing quite like a few balls of homemade stuffing to make your roast dinner complete on a Sunday. But do you get a little tired of the same sausage, sage and onion recipe week in week out? Why not add a few marijuana seeds and try a new style of stuffing that comes with a bit of a crunch?


Ingredients

2 sliced onions,
25g butter (or canabutter if you happen to have some made up)
1 apple, peeled and diced
800g Cumberland sausage meat
1 Handful of sage, finely chopped
140g breadcrumbs
1 Handful marijuana seeds

Method
Add the butter and sliced onion into a frying pan and heat for approx five minutes or until the onion is browned. Add the diced apple and briefly cook. Take the pan off the heat and leave to cool.
Once cooled, add the remaining ingredients and roll up your sleeves. Use your hands to knead the mixture together until the sage, marijuana seeds and breadcrumbs are well mixed into the sausage meat. Then roll the mixture into balls, place them on a roasting tray and pop them in the oven for 30-40 minutes.
Simple stuffing, marijuana seeds style!

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Stoner Scones

With Alice in Wonderland hitting the big screens, I’ve been putting my marijuana seeds to use and creating some concoctions to serve at my very own Mad Hatters Tea-party. One recipe that’s bound to make you as mad as a hatter are these classic Stoner scones, one bite and you’ll be leaping from the walls like a mad march hare. Just pour us a cup of Peter Piper’s Marjuana Tea and we’ll have you singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Bat in no time.

Ingredients

225g Self raising flour
1 level teaspoon of baking soda.
A pinch of salt.
50g margarine.
25g caster sugar.
150ml milk.
A few big handfuls of dried mixed fruit.
1 packs of Smarties.
20g Cannabutter.

Method

Mix flour, salt, baking soda & margarine into a bowl.
Rub together until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Add the Smarties and the mixed fruit.
Melt cannabutter into the milk and add to the mixture, along with sugar.
Knead the mixture together.
Roll out the dough on clean surface to about an inch thick.
Cut out the shapes with a pastry cutter.
Cook in oven at 230c 450f Gas mark 8 for just over 15 minutes

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Grandma's Herbal Remedy

They say that Granny knows best and if you’re looking for a good old fashioned remedy for treating a cold then it’s probably true. Just mix all these ingredients together, garnish with marijuana seeds and you’ll be feeling better in next to no time.

2 medium ginger roots (sliced)
½ medium lemon (sliced)
13 whole cloves
2 tablespoons chopped peppermint
4 sticks cinnamon
4 cups water
2 grams of kief
1 tablespoon of honey

Place all the ingredients except the kief and honey in a saucepan and bring to the boil. Reduce to simmer, then add kief and honey and simmer on low for 20 minutes. Strain the resulting mixture through a cheesecloth and drink one cup of this hot brew every two hours. Now there’s a way to cure a cold!

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

Wednesday, 20 January 2010

Hare and Chocolate Sauce with Hare Meatballs and Petits Pois Fran├žais with a hint of White Widow

If you want to impress a certain someone or are having a dinner party with a difference, why not serve up this gourmet feast. Sprinkle with marijuana seeds to garnish and the mixture of white widow and game will ensure that your guests are as mad as a hare after enjoying the feast.

Ingredients:
For the hare meatballs
½ saddle hare
2 cloves garlic, crushed
pinch of grated nutmeg
2 tbsp olive oil
½ hare fillet or one large rabbit
For the sauce
1 glass red wine
bones from saddle of hare
2 mushrooms, sliced 2 white widow cloves
1 beef stock cube
30g/1oz butter
½ carrot, small diced
½ tsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp whisky
For the petit pois Fran├žais
2 shallots, peeled and diced
110g/4oz fresh peas
1 chicken stock cube
1 tbsp plain flour
1 tbsp butter, softened
85ml/3fl oz double cream
1 tbsp mint, chopped 1/8 of white widow bud

Method:

1. To make the hare meatballs, put the hare, garlic and nutmeg in a food processor and blend.
2. Shape into 5-6 smallish balls.
3. Pan fry the balls in the oil for 3-4 minutes until cooked through.
4. In the same pan, fry the hare fillet for 5-6 minutes until cooked through.
5. To make the sauce, simmer the red wine, hare bones, mushrooms,white wid cloves, stock cube and butter in a pan for 10-12 minutes, add the white widow bud.
6. Strain through a sieve and return the juice to the pan.
7. Add the carrot, cocoa powder and whisky and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
8. For the petit pois, place the shallots, peas and stock cube in a pan, cover with water and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
9. Blend the flour and butter together to make a paste.
10. Add the paste to the pan a bit at a time until slightly thickened.
11. Stir in the cream and mint and simmer for one minute.
12. Slice the fillet and serve with the meatballs in the sauce with the peas

Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)

We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.

Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Cannabutter Barbecue Rub

A cannabutter rub is the perfect way to heat up your summer barbecue. This recipe is just teeming with spices and with the addition of marijuana seeds (www.sensibleseeds.com) and cannabutter you’re bound to enjoy the exotic journey that this dish takes you on.

1 cup paprika
1 cup thick BBQ sauce
4 tablespoons of cyan pepper
2 tablespoons garlic powder
2 tablespoons onion powder
1/2 cup dried chives
1/4 oz Bud
1/2 cup crushed peppercorns
1/6 cup dry mustard
1/6 cup chilli powder
1/6 cup cumin seed, toasted
1/2 cup tablespoons coriander seed, toasted
1 cup kosher salt
1 1/2 cup light brown sugar
1 cup cannabutter
A handful of marijuana seeds.

Simply mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Once everything is mixed together cover your choice of meat and stick under the Barbie!

Monday, 21 December 2009

Christmas Cannabis Crackers

At Christmas time, there’s nothing nicer than a few crackers to whet your appetite in preparation for that Christmas Day lunch. And the best part? It’s a great way to use up last year’s supply of marijuana seeds, happy in the knowledge that Santa will bring you some more. This is a simple but satisfying Christmas treat.

Ingredients

1 packet of crackers (not the doughy ones, nice crisp crackers)
1 jar of crunchy peanut butter
1 packet of chocolate chunks
A handful of marijuana seeds
1 tbsp of castor sugar
1 tsp vanilla essence


Preheat the oven to 320 degrees, and prepare an oven tray lined with tin foil to prevent making a mess of your oven.

Next, use either a blender or a pestle and mortar to grind the marijuana seeds into a fine powder. After all, the peanut butter will have enough of a crunch to it!
In a mixing bowl, stir the chocolate chunks, marijuana seeds, and peanut butter together until smooth. Add a teaspoon of vanilla essence and stir again.

Take half of the packet of crackers, and using a flat blade or a blunt knife, smear the peanut butter mixture generously on each cracker. Next, place an unused cracker on the top of each one already covered. Press them together gently, being careful not to break the crackers, or to let any peanut butter ooze out of the edges.

Place in the oven for 20 minutes, or until the crackers are nicely browned and the peanut butter mixture resembles the filling of a biscuit. Place on a decorative plate, and sprinkle with castor sugar for that Christmassy feel.


Very important small print disclaimer: (too late to be reading if you’re already eating!)
We want to make one thing clear stoners – the recipes reprinted within this blog are for decorative purposes only – ie: print them out, stick them on your wall and make your friends laugh. Although they DO appear on occasion to contain every one of the basic food groups, weed is in a category of its own, and not yet considered a mainstream dietary requirement. We do not condone irresponsible or illegal behaviour and the recipes are reproduced purely for our own amusement. But if YOU find them so amusing that you are powerless to resist trying them out on your friends – you have been warned! And by the way while we’re on the subject, we also take no responsibility whatsoever for your high (or lack of high) if you do try them. In other words - you are entirely responsible for any effects which may result in you or others - especially if your kitchen measurement mantra runs to, “Is this a teaspoon or a tablespoon?” Rock on.