'Baked' Cookbook Uses Pot, Hash, Other Drugs For 'Mind-Blowing' Gourmet Food From Amsterdam

Who Wants To Make Marijuana Chicken Rolls With Hashish Quenelles?

When was the last time a great meal gave you the munchies?

How about marijuana chicken rolls with hashish quenelles and a marijuana coulis, followed by a dessert of raspberry-marijuana bombe coated in hashish chocolate with morning glory and magic truffles? Then wash it down with a savoury cappuccino of bali kratom, hashish and baby woodrose.

The new Baked cookbook blends haute cuisine with the best of Amsterdam's street-legal drugs, according to a release emailed to The Huffington Post.

Chef Misha Sukyas created the buzz with the Arnold Amsterdam ad agency and Stussy menswear to help clothing retailer FreshCotton promote its spring collection in a combination recipe-lookbook.

If you lost all comprehension after "hashish chocolate," we get it. Just remember that many of the active ingredients in "Baked" are illegal in the United States.

And for those in more lenient parts of the world, do as the book (which you can download here ) says and "cook responsibly."

Check out the image below to see the recipe for marijuana chicken rolls with hashish quenelles and a marijuana coulis. And while you're in the mood to explore ganja gastronomy, you might want to check out some of Baked's predecessors, such as The Stoner's Cookbook and the High Times Cannabis Cookbook.


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