“I think that viewers enjoy the culinary sophistication and the chefs’ skills, as well as the guests and the games, the educational component and the humor,” acknowledges Leather Storrs, chef and host of “Cooked with Cannabis,” a Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) cuisine show, focused on marijuana.
“Cooked With Cannabis” is a cooking contest in which three cooks prepare cannabis infused meals in front of the Netflix audience, competing for the chance to win around $10,000. The hosts, Storrs and R&B and neo-soul singer Kelis, invite their friends to the jury, to evaluate the cooks’ culinary delights.
“I’ve made many, many, many marijuana edibles,” begins Leather Storrs (yes, that is his real name). The chef from Portland, Oregon, has been cooking with cannabis for almost 10 years now.
Throughout the concoction of the dishes and, fundamentally, during the arguments that the participants make in front of the “jury of experts”, the CBD and THC doses are always at the center of the discussion.
1g per plate, 2? 3? Less? More!?
“The amount of CBD and THC is subjective, but I think that a meal that is carefully prepared not only enhances the enjoyment, but also creates a shared experience with the other diners and the chef,” suggests Leather.
A variety of cooking methods, infusions, preparations, magic. Starter, main course and dessert. Flying ingredients, satisfied smiles, blown minds, inviting smoke. Half chill-out, half gourmandise. The series compresses the best of Master Chef and adds a playful and somewhat psychedelic quota – without ever losing composure. Likewise, the show constitutes …