Marijuana S'mores Recipe
Category: Recipes | Posted on Tue, January, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
1 cup cannabis butter (melted)
1 3/4 cup graham cracker crumbs
1 1/3 cups sugar
4 ounces unsweetened chocolate
1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 large eggs
1/2 cup flour
20-30 large marshmallows
Graham cracker layer (Crust)
Preheat oven to 350°F. Grease a 8 x 8 inch cooking tray. Combine 6 tablespoons of cannabis butter (melted), the graham cracker crumbs and 2 tablespoons of sugar in a bowl. Mix until all the graham cracker crumbs are moistened. Press crust mixture into the bottom of the greased cooking tray. Bake for 6-7 minutes at 350°F. Set crust aside to cool.
Chocolate layer (filling)
Preheat oven for 400°F. In a microwave or double boiler, melt together the remaining cannabis butter and chocolate. Melt until mixture can be stirred smooth. In a large bowl, combine the remaining sugar, vanilla, and salt. Add one egg at a time and then add the flour. Stir for 1 to 2 minutes. Pour and scrape batter over prepared graham cracker layer (crust). Bake for 17-20 minutes. Remove and let cool.
Preheat oven broiler. Move oven rack as high as possible. Cut large marshmallows in half and place sticky side down onto chocolate layer. Place into oven and toast to golden brown. About 1-2 minutes. Watch carefully because the marshmallows can burn quickly. Cool and cut into squares.
Medical marijuana dispensary prepares to open in D.C.
Category: Dispensaries | Posted on Tue, January, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
A townhouse on North Capitol Street in Northwest Washington, with unobstructed views of the U.S. Capitol from the sidewalk, was recently painted bright blue.
The fresh paint stands out in a changing block of Truxton Circle, home to both a Dollar Plus Food Store as well as a high-rise project with a planned hotel and condominiums.
But by spring, the townhouse at 1334 N. Capitol St. will make a bolder statement by becoming a symbol for the District’s leap into the growth and sale of medical marijuana.
“You can look out and see the dome of the Capitol,” said David A. Guard, the general manager of the Capital City Care dispensary, as he gave a Washington Post reporter a tour of the 2,000-square-foot office. “We want to set a precedent and want the country to see what medical marijuana can and should be.”
As early as February, some District residents will be able to enter the townhouse by showing proper identification to a security officer. They will be escorted to a brightly lighted office with brick walls and bamboo flooring.
The patients will have their prescriptions for marijuana — an illegal substance under federal law — verified by a receptionist. Then patients can consult an iPad in the office’s waiting area to review six strains of high-quality cannabis.
Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com
Colorado Pot Clubs Celebrate Legal Marijuana in New Year
Category: News | Posted on Tue, January, 1st 2013 by THCFinder
It was marijuana instead of champagne this year for some New Year's Eve revelers in Colorado, who lit up in private smoking clubs allowed for the first time under the state's new pot laws.
In Denver, people filled out an online application and paid a $30 fee to become part of Club 64, a private marijuana club named after the new pot law, Amendment 64. Members were advised of a private location in downtown Denver where they could attend a New Year's Eve party with other smokers.
"It went really well," said Robert Corry, an attorney who serves as general counsel for the group and helped shape the language of Amendment 64. "We rented out a retail shop for the evening. We had a DJ, music, some dancing, there was a bar and people brought alcohol, people brought food. It was a very warm, fun, happy evening."
Corry said that the idea for a members-only club had been in the works for years, and that Amendment 64 had been crafted specifically to allow for groups of private smokers. The initial gathering drew hundreds of interested smokers, Corry said.
"We're going to be getting together for periodic meetings and looking for a more permanent home. We hope to settle into a more stable spot in the future," he said. "We have a couple of hundred members at least, judging by last night. We're emerging from the shadows of prohibition, so there's' a lot of pent-up demand and interest."
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