Pictures by The Cannabalist.

Meanwhile already two weeks further, this is kind of the follow-up to our 4.20 in Amsterdam piece. Normally I would’ve continued with The Elite Cup results, but the results are yet to be uploaded online…

Medicated Cuisine

a THC infused dinner

Something that was done well and deserves coverage however, is the dinner that followed after the ‘smoke out’ on 4.20 organised by The Golden Green Team by their Golden Green Bakery, called Medicated Cuisine.

Like you would assume, considering the name and timing, this was indeed a THC infused dinner.

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Preparation of the first Medicated Cuisine course. Picture by The Cannabalist.

The dinner itself consisted of 3 courses. After a little waiting, which made the anticipation for the unknown rise, we started with scallops, vegetables, caviar and most importantly: a small syringe of THC oil that you could dose yourself.

First course: scallops, vegetables, caviar and syringe of THC oil

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First course: scallops, vegetables, caviar and a small syringe of THC oil. Picture: The Cannabalist.

I decided to go the full monty

I started with just half of the syringe (with in the back of my head the High Cuisine dinner). Not long after, I decided to go the full monty and just drape the whole syringe over the first course. Admittedly, it wouldn’t be my first pick as a first course in a regular restaurant, but I finished my plate and it certainly was a joy to start with.

A friend of mine, of whom I know he pretty much only eats meat, decided to skip the dinner entirely. Scared of healthy food, I presume…

Main course: seabass, vegetables and potatoes, THC infused sauce

The main course consisted of seabass, vegetables and potatoes, bathing in a THC infused sauce. I’m not really a fish eater, but again I managed to finish the course in no-time. Perhaps infusing dinners is a good way to get people to eat more culinary foods.

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Main course: seabass, vegetables and potatoes, bathing in a THC infused sauce. Picture: The Cannabalist.

Meanwhile in the room, the atmosphere shifted to a more higher conversation topics and everyone was genuinely having fun. Between the courses, the plates would be quickly removed to make room for the bongs and joints.

Dessert: ice cream, fruit and cookies bathing in THC infused sauce

But that didn’t take too long, because we still had a dessert to go. The dessert was called ‘Green Tea Cake’, consisting of ice cream, fruit and some sort of cookies with you guessed it: oral THC oil.

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‘Green Tea Cake’ dessert: ice cream, fruit and cookies bathing in THC infused sauce. Picture: The Cannabalist.

This course was also eaten much faster than I would in a regular restaurant. A friend of mine even went as far as licking his plate clean…

At the end of the evening, our whole table was filled with satisfied and high, smiling attendees. As well as a table of Italians from the Accelerator Seeds crew who took multiple wins that day. After I thanked the organisation, I decided to head back to the city center with two dinner attendees.

I slept like a baby that night…

I expected to be unable to talk or even find my way home, but it wasn’t that bad at all. Others were clearly more under the influence, which shows for me they were spot on with the dosage. After all, I slept like a baby that night…

Points of improvement

But there are some points for improvement too. It would’ve been nice to have a complete menu (also for the pictures and as a souvenir), with the dosage on there in mg. Also, it would’ve been nice to know if what kind of THC oil it was.

Which, after checking with the organisation, it turned out to be Lemon Haze Rosin of which the 3 courses combined, 100mg THC was administered.

To continue with the edibles, you may have spotted our Amsterdam Edible Review already, with as of yet published our review on the Rainbow Kush Cake by Amsterdam Edibles Connection and the infused Gummy Bears by The Golden Green Bakery. Next week, planned is a 250mg infused milk chocolate bar review…