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Chefs Make Pot The Main Course On Netflix’s ‘Cooking On High’

September 6, 2018

If you’re one of those folks whose doctor has advised to incorporate more marijuana into their diet, then “Cooking on High” might be the show for you.

Currently streaming on Netflix, this unique series of 14-15 minute episodes is a competition in which two chefs prepare pot-infused dishes of their own creation, which two judges then taste. After a short break to let the THC kick in, the action resumes and the now-stoned judges render their decisions. The winner receives – wait for it – the Golden Pot … provided someone can remember where it was stashed. And a good time is had by all.

Guiding the action is Josh Leyva, an actor, comic and YouTube sensation, who abstains from the weed-laced comestibles as the show’s host and thus gets to take in all the ensuing silliness with the sobriety of, er, a judge. OK, bad analogy.

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