Food Competition Goes To Pot With ‘Cooking On High’

June 19, 2018

Hey bud. It’s time to get recreationally, legal-ish-ly, totally, and vicariously high. Here’s a new show on which pot lovers fill a lot of bowls — but with food, not weed. Of course, the food is made with marijuana oils and butters, and it will get them quite wasted. They’d be wise not to bogart that babka.

“Cooking on High” comes to Netflix on Friday, complete with plenty of baking tips — tips on how to get baked while munching out (so that you can munch out some more). The series is framed as a competition between two chefs — in the first episode, one is a “Chopped” alum who’s an executive chef at an LA restaurant and the other is a cannabis-cooking expert trained at Le Cordon Bleu. Each chef cooks up a dish based on the same theme, and the judges taste them and then rate them on a scale of one to 10 pot leaves.


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