Mrs. Green Has the Cannabis Collard Green Recipe That Will Melt Your Troubles Away
A former paramedic captures that—and more—in his weed-infused soul food cookbook.
rs. Green is a 70-something Roseland grandma living with her weed-dealing nephew who keeps her well supplied with bud. Her children—a military vet with PTSD and a drinking problem, a pastor who has lost his spirit, and a lawyer with cancer—all disapprove of her habit. But that all changes after Christmas dinner when she accidentally spills cannabis oil into the collards and everybody’s problems drift away.
That’s the premise behind Cerrone Crowder’s first novel, Pass the Greens: An Urban Comedy, and its follow-up, Pass the Greens: A Cannabis Infused Soul Food Cookbook, a collection of 57 recipes inspired by his own mother’s and grandmother’s cooking.
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