If the idea of lacing gefilte fish, challah, matzo balls, latkes and kugel with weed makes you wince, then skip right over this.
The upcoming festival of Shavuot, which means “weeks,” marks the end of a seven-week period that begins during Passover, and the receiving of the Torah under a cloud of smoke at Mount Sinai.
Challah’s not the only thing getting baked on Shabbat, and candles aren’t the only thing that’s lit. Watch the making of a cannabis-infused Sabbath meal.
With flavors such as molé spice-cacao-seeds, this gluten-free, vegan, soon-to-be certified kosher treat could easily be mistaken for the latest arrival in the Whole Foods snack aisle
A Jewish developer and associate of casino magnate Sheldon Adelson is on an anti-marijuana crusade in Florida.
Pot is kosher for Passover when used for medicinal purposes, a leading Israeli ultra-Orthodox rabbi declared as he pronounced a blessing over the plant’s leaves.
On the day kosher-certified medical marijuana first went on sale in New York, Canada’s largest kashrut agency said it believes such certification is unnecessary.
Forgive Chicago chef Mindy Segal if she’s a little high on herself.
MC Flow has broken into this year’s witty Hanukkah songs field with her new video ‘Pot in the Latkes.’
Eight crazy nights? How about eight hazy nights!