Birdie Harrelson and cannabis consultant Brett Hartman-Payan “make whoopie” with a seasonal twist on a traditional New England treat. With the help of the MagicalButter machine, Birdie shows Brett how easy it is to bake infused mini pumpkin whoopie pies with just a few simple ingredients, an oven and enough fine motor skills to work a piping bag.
Birdie Harrelson brings a modern, cannabis twist to a mid-century American classic as she’s joined by art director and production designer Ciera Thompson for an episode demonstrating how to bake infused peanut butter kiss cookies. The two make batter using cannabutter from the MagicalButter machine and show that a kiss from cannabis always beats a kiss from a rose.
Edibles host Birdie Harrelson is joined by cannabis event planner and floral designer “The Flower Daddy,” a.k.a. Jamie Lee McCormick, for a demonstration of an infused take on one of her favorite recipes: banana bread. The MagicalButter machine provides some evenly dosed cannabutter to both boost the bread itself and work as a great topping for the warm, finished product straight out of the oven.
Cannabis matchmaker and founder of Highly Devoted, Molly Peckler, joins Edibles host Birdie Harrelson for a twisted take on a traditional apple pie: caramel apple pie bars. The two whip up their own match made in heaven using the MagicalButter machine and a whole bowl full of crispy, crunchy Granny Smith apples that end up topped with crumbled pecans and a cannabis-infused caramel sauce.
Comedian Simon Gibson brings a grab-bag of miscellaneous ingredients to Pot Pie host Brandin LaShea, who uses her intuition and years of training to put together a hummus-glazed, green onion-topped cold noodle dish. The two stay hydrated with plenty of Mood33 infused cannabis drinks as they demonstrate how to cook this magically simple meal that any Pot Pie-head will love.
Edibles host Birdie Harrelson is joined by Jessica Martin, food blogger and General Manager at the award-winning dispensary The Higher Path Collective, to make heady homemade soft pretzels with spicy cheese sauce. Using the MagicalButter machine to infuse each pretzel with 10-15mg of THC, Birdie and Jessica demonstrate how a traditional, monk-made snack can put you on a higher path for game day.
Italy is famous for food and fashion, but when Marta Goldschmied visited the Pot Pie kitchen, the Italian designer hilariously showed she's better with fashion than, say, grating cheese. Marta admittedly struggled to help chef-host Brandin LaShea make mac 'n' cheese, but pairing the experience with infused Mood33 beverages clearly elevated the kitchen and made for the tastiest mac 'n' cheese ever.
"Do we do a sip, sip, pass?" jokes Ester Steinberg as she enjoys an infused Mood33 beverage. The cannabis leaf-wearing actress-comedian (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel) actually seems high already when she joins chef-host Brandin LaShea in the Pot Pie kitchen to make shakshuka. Several cultures in the Mediterranean and Middle East lay claim to the original tomato-based stew, and the dish Ester calls "SHAKSHUKA!!" is one of the hottest breakfast dishes in Israel. Still, this will be the chef's first time making the dish. Can she pull it off? Watch the latest Pot Pie to find out.
Birdie Harrelson is back with a recipe for carrot cake cupcakes, for when you’re trying to eat like you’re in the Middle Ages. And that’s not a dig on carrot cake, which actually dates back to the time period when it was popular among lower class bakers. Cannabis expert and comedian Ashlee Belzo joins Birdie and the MagicalButter machine to show how the cake now finds popularity among the higher set. The two have a spirited discussion about the right way to pronounce “pecans” (yes, the one you just said in your head) and demonstrate how to make two dozen 10 to 15mg cupcakes. “I’m a pretty normal cupcake,” Birdie explains as the two share the flavor they most associate with, “Pretty vanilla.”
"Not sure what to do with your leftover bread?" asks Edibles host Birdie Harrelson. "It's a question that's plagued people since, well, the invention of bread." The Brits found the answer, she argues, by making bread pudding. Rachel Wolfson, a comedian famous for her cannabis memes, joins Birdie in the kitchen as the duo further the evolution of bread pudding with the help of a MagicalButter machine.
In the season two premiere, host Birdie Harrelson welcomes comedian Adrienne Airhart into the Edibles kitchen as the pair make homemade rugelach. This Israeli baked good possibly evolved from the same crescent-shaped Viennese pastry as the French croissant, and Edibles adds to the evolutionary process by making it with infused butter, courtesy of the must-have MagicalButter machine.