Marijuana advocacy organization Heady Vermont holds a big bash in Johnson to celebrate Vermont’s first day of legal pot on July 1, 2018. RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS
Ngaio Bealum, right, watches the judges give their scores on “Cooking on High,” a new culinary cannabis show.(Photo: Courtesy Photo)
Looking to make the most of your now legal weed? We’ve got you covered.
In light of Vermont’s July 1 legalization of marijuana, the Burlington Free Press interviewed a virtuoso: Ngaio Bealum, the resident “cannabis expert” on “Cooking on High,” a new Netflix show that premiered on June 22.
As the name suggests, “Cooking on High” is indeed a cooking show, where professional cannabis chefs put their culinary skills to the test by creating the best edibles they can for a panel of guest judges.
Each show, chefs are tasked with incorporating a certain type of marijuana strain, introduced by Bealum, into whatever kind of dish the challenge demands, like, say, a vegetarian dish or a food one may