Madrone Cannabis Club: Modern-day pioneers

People who are starting cannabis farms and opening dispensaries now, in the early years of legal recreational cannabis, are actually pioneers whose stories will likely go down in Oregon history along with the brave wagon train trailblazers and early loggers, … Continued

Grandma’s Small-batch Peanut Butter Cookies

Those nights (or days) when you are craving peanut butter, I mean really craving peanut butter, nothing beats these chewy peanut butter cookies. The small batch size here is a blessing and a curse! Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: … Continued

East Fork Cultivars keeps evolving

  If there’s one thing that is noticeable when talking with Mason Walker, chief executive of East Fork Cultivars, a CBD-focused grow in Takilma, it’s his transparency. The level at which he explains things — whether about the company’s cultivation … Continued

Cooking with Cannabis: Chicken Pot Pot Pie

This pot pie is a comfort-food classic and favorite in my Canna kitchen. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 box Pillsbury dough pie crust ½ pound boneless chicken, cut into bite-size pieces 1 large russet potato 2 tablespoons of cooking oil (sunflower or … Continued

Bud and Breakfast

Imagine this: You’ve spent a day motoring through wine country or walking through the Columbia Gorge or perhaps exploring the Nehalem River. You’re on a romantic getaway, or just taking time for yourself. You check into a beautiful, welcoming inn … Continued

Jinny’s Canna Coleslaw

Makes 2 1-cup servings Ingredients • 2 cups of shredded cabbage, radicchio and carrots • 1 tablespoon hemp hearts • ½ teaspoon poppy seeds • ½ teaspoon celery seed • 1/8 teaspoon dill seed • 4 to 5 tablespoons apple … Continued

Weed on wheels

Not only can you enjoy your favorite flowers, edibles and concentrates in the privacy of your own home, Medford residents now can have them delivered straight to their door by Emerald Triangle Dispensary, 246 E. 10th St. Privacy and convenience … Continued

Incredible edible herb

You’ve come a long way, Alice B. Toklas. You’ll forgive the pun, but perhaps you remember Alice’s famous recipe for “hashish fudge,” which she published in her cookbook, released in 1954 — still one of the best-selling cookbooks ever. These … Continued