Lately I have been questions from folks who are confused about the buttons and function on the Ardent FX (my personal favorite cooking gadget). I explain all today, plus you’ll find one of my favorite infused summer recipes, Elote en Vaso – Mexican style corn like the street vendors sell (except with cannabis). Read on.
But first, Colorado and Oklahoma friends I am coming your way!
Hey Colorado and Oklahoma peeps, I am coming your way. I will be teaching cannabis infusions at Culinary and Cannabis’s fabulous CannaSpa events on tour! They even have a special half-off offer to my online Cooking Course that also gets you a special Q&A session, in addition to the infusions class listed above. Check out the CannaSpa on Tour website and get your tickets here.
Denver: August 7&8
Oklahoma City: Sept 3&4
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A popular street food in Mexico, this easy to make dish is crunchy, spicy, zesty, sweet, and salty, all at the same time. You might have tried Mexican Style corn on the cob before, well Elote en Vaso uses all the same ingredients just served in a glass instead, making it easier and neater to eat. And easier to medicate.
Of course, the street vendors don’t make Elote en Vaso with cannabis butter, but you can at home. In fact, even without the cannabis added, I prefer this dish made at home where I can use real butter as the street vendors always use cheaper margarine. So made at home the flavor is even better!
Feel free to play with the proportions of ingredients to find a flavor mix you like. If you can’t find Mexican Cotija cheese, grated Parmesan makes a good substitute.