One of the most viral pieces of marijuana-rooted journalism on the Internet in the last week wasn’t written by a newspaper veteran or hot-shot blogger. The column, rather, was penned by a professor of pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine, and it ran in The New York Times. In Aaron E. Carroll’s column “Alcohol or Marijuana? A Pediatrician Faces the Question,” the doctor-educator addresses a question he’s hearing more and more often lately: “Which would I rather my children use — alcohol or marijuana?”
Phyllo dough is an amazing way to medicate your baked delights. Since each sheet needs to be brushed with either cannabutter or canna-oil, you end up with flaky layers of canna-manna. All this talk has me in the mood for a mean baked brie.