Cooking With Cannabis: Celebrating National Chocolates Day

It's not like you need a reason to eat chocolates, but Nov. 29 is National Chocolates Day. We know there are quite a few chocolate-related holidays for the zealous orthodox chocolate observer. Nonetheless, we'll indulge that abiding passion with a recipe for home-made chocolates - with a cannabis twist of course. Is there any better reward for your culinary labors?

Of Course, You Could Just Buy Your Cannabis Chocolates

And Finally, If You Don't Feel Like You Could Possibly Eat One More Chocolate, Try Drinking Some.

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These veteran curlers hope to bring some new life to the sport by combining it with cannabis. Last October, Grant Nicholson and Ted Ratcliffe pitched a novel idea to their curling club's executives: the Wiarton & District Curling Club should host what may be Canada's first official 'bongspiel' - a pun on bonspiel, the official name for curling tournaments. The event, which is essentially a bring-your-own-weed curling tournament, proved far more popular than the club executives expected, selling out completely in the first 24 hours.