Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
Here's your guide to THCanksgiving with recipes for the Danksgiving feast! And I do mean every course of the big meal!
Important Danskgiving Advice
Anytime you are medicating a meal, it is ultra important to pay attention to dosing. Dose VERY lightly! Alternately, maybe only serve ONE medicated item among your regular Thanksgiving fare.
The goal with a medicated Danksgiving is to relax the guests and facilitate social interaction. Not to get everyone baked out of their skulls or to the point of passing out. Dose the Thanksgiving edibles accordingly.
Making a Danksgiving Marijuana Turkey
Many years I forego medicating the entree and instead concentrate on the appetizers, side dishes, and desserts. After al these are easier to add cannabis to than a protein. But sometimes you want an infused turkey!
My favorite way to make weed turkey is with a deep fried turkey.
Deep frying a turkey, let alone making a marijuana deep fried turkey, may sound like a strange concept. Trust me, it doesn’t come out like you’d think.
Deep fried turkey is moist and delicious and not at all greasy. And my injectable marijuana turkey marinade recipes are so flavorful, you’ll never notice the taste of the cannabis!
If you don't have a turkey fryer, no worries!
You can still use my injectable medicated turkey marinades and roast the turkey in the oven instead. Follow the Fried Turkey recipe up until it comes time to cook the bird. Then, instead of frying, roast the turkey as you would any other non-medicated turkey.
What would Thanksgiving be without pie? My cannabis pie making tutorial gives you recipes, videos, and photo instructions for how to make all kinds of cute little individual sized marijuana-infused pies, baked in of all things, ordinary canning jar lids!
Making individual pies makes a lot of sense because it keeps dosing and portion control simple. Click here to access the Marijuana Pie Making feature.
LOTS More Thanksgiving Marijuana Recipes for Home Cooks
I wish you and yours the happiest of Thanksgivings. In this world of turmoil, it is good to remind ourselves there is still much to be thankful for.
Until we talk again here are some of my favorite Thanksgiving worthy appetizers, salads, side dishes, and desserts. These recipes provide great ways to introduce cannabis into the big holiday meal. Whenever possible I have designed them to be made in individual servings, so it is easy to separate these foods from their "non-leaded" counterparts.