The holiday season beckons for culinary creations that leave a lasting impression, and what better way to enhance your festive menu than by infusing a touch of cannabis into a beloved classic? This year, let's elevate the Chimichurri sauce, adding a cannabis twist to cater to a gathering of eight. This infusion promises to tantalize taste buds and make your holiday celebrations truly unforgettable.
The Perfect Pairing: Cannabis-Infused Chimichurri and Steak
Envision perfectly grilled steaks, subtly infused with the aromatic flavors of cannabis, complemented by the herbaceous and tangy notes of Chimichurri sauce. This combination creates a symphony of flavors that not only satisfies your taste buds but also introduces a subtle layer of cannabis complexity. It's an experience that engages the senses, uniting the richness of the steak, the freshness of the herbs, and the unique notes of cannabis.
Mashed potatoes, a quintessential comfort food, hold a special place at holiday dinner tables during the winter season. With their velvety texture and ability to complement a wide array of main courses, these creamy spuds are a cherished side dish that brings warmth and indulgence to any festive gathering. This winter, we're taking the classic mashed potato recipe to a whole new level with a twist: introducing Whipped Garlic and Parmesan Cheesy Mashed Potatoes infused with cannabis butter. This elevated take on a beloved side dish combines the rich flavors of garlic and Parmesan cheese with the mellowing effects of infused cannabis butter, making it an ideal addition to your holiday feast for four. So, gather your loved ones, embrace the spirit of the season, and indulge in the delightful combination of flavors and relaxation that these mashed potatoes offer.
As we welcome the crisp breath of fall and prepare for the colder winter months, there's nothing quite like a steaming bowl of comforting pumpkin soup to warm both the body and soul. This pumpkin soup recipe is the epitome of autumnal and winter coziness, harnessing the earthy sweetness of pumpkins and a blend of spices that embody the spirit of the season. To add an extra layer of delight, we've infused this recipe with Canna Cafe's Infused Olive Oil, subtly incorporating the distinct flavors of cannabis to elevate the experience. Paired with a rustic, crusty bread or a fresh baguette spread generously with Canna Cafe's Canna Butter, it's an enticing harmony of flavors and aromas that makes every spoonful a delectable journey. Yum!
Santa Fe, New Mexico is buzzing with excitement as the annual Harvest Fest, hosted by El Rey Court, approaches on Sunday, October 15, 2023. This beloved community event showcases local musicians, artists, and family-friendly activities that capture the essence of Santa Fe, and we are proud to be a sponsor this year!
Harvest Fest is a celebration of Santa Fe's diverse culture and talent. This year's event promises to be extra special. If you plan to attend the Harvest Fest, don't miss Minerva's booth from 1:30 to 6:30 pm. We're offering delicious undosed samples of some of our products for you to enjoy. Plus, there's an exciting chance to win exclusive Minerva t-shirts through our hourly raffle.
El Rey Court
1862 Cerrillos Rd, Santa Fe, NM
Sunday, October 15
1:30pm - 6:30pm
Introducing a culinary delight that's perfect for the cool and cozy months of fall and the upcoming winter season - our Indian Coconut Chicken Curry with buttered Basmati rice. This aromatic and comforting dish is a wonderful way to warm up during chilly evenings. But, here's the twist that takes it to the next level of coziness: by adding infused cannabis oil into the curry and the infused butter for the basmati rice, you can elevate this already delightful recipe into a soothing and indulgent treat that not only warms the body but also adds an extra layer of relaxation and enjoyment to your dining experience. So, gather your ingredients and prepare to embark on a culinary journey that combines the richness of Indian spices with the calming properties of cannabis.
FUN FACT (Source: Wikipedia) After the Cannabis species Sativa had already been identified, In 1785, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck published a description of a second species of Cannabis, which he named Cannabis indica. Lamarck based his description of the newly named species on plant specimens collected in India.
As the vibrant hues of summer gracefully fade into the warm and earthy tones of autumn, there's an undeniable shift in the air. Crisp mornings and cozy evenings beckon us to embrace the changing seasons with open arms. And what better way to celebrate the arrival of fall than with a comforting, soul-warming dish that's bound to be an instant hit? Ground Turkey Green Chile with Hatch green chiles.
Here in New Mexico, the autumn season boasts a rich tapestry of flavors. Hatch green chiles, with their smoky, slightly sweet notes and a hint of heat, take center stage, infusing this chili with a Southwestern charm that's hard to resist.
But it's not just the chiles that make this dish special; it's the sense of tradition and togetherness that it brings. As the days grow shorter and the evenings cooler, gathering around the table with loved ones becomes even more precious. This Ground Turkey Chile is the perfect excuse to invite friends and family over for a warm and comforting meal.
So, put on your coziest sweater, grab a ladle, and get ready to savor the flavors of autumn. Get ready to fall in love with fall all over again—autumn is here, and this comfort dish is about to steal the show.
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Minerva Canna Group (Minerva), a leading company in the cannabis industry, is taking a stand to address two recent articles that inaccurately portrayed the company's commitment to health and safety. The article, published on September 7th in The Paper, claimed that Minerva Canna was facing 14 health and safety violations. This statement is unequivocally false.
CANNABIS INFUSED CALABACITAS
What are Calabacitas, you ask? Well, these delightful dishes are a celebration of zucchini's versatility and the magic that happens when fresh ingredients dance together in a skillet. Picture tender zucchini, sweet corn, and spicy jalapeños sizzling in a pan with garlic, cilantro, and sprinkle of LOVE. That's the heartwarming traditional Calabacitas for you! It's like a comforting hug for your taste buds, often enjoyed as a side dish or a main course. Topped with melty cheese and served alongside warm tortillas, it's a fiesta of flavors. Calabacitas aren't confined to tradition; they're a canvas for culinary creativity. Imagine tossing Calabacitas into a crispy quesadilla or stuffing them inside enchiladas for a veggie-packed twist. Feeling fancy? Turn them into a vibrant pasta sauce or load them onto a pizza for a quirky topping that's sure to spark joy. However you choose to enjoy this dish, you can now add an extra dose of comfort using Minerva's Canna Cafe infused products for cooking! Check out our recipe for dosed Calabacitas.
As we are still experiencing record high heat internationally as well as in New Mexico, salads are a great option for a healthy, and cooling meal. Additionally, cooking and creating meals with cannabis is becoming increasingly popular as more and more people experience the benefits of consuming cannabis whether it be for alleviating stress, physical pain, or to induce a more restful sleep. Below we have a delicious and hearty salad recipe and salad dressing recipe. The salad dressing recipe made with our infused Canna Cafe olive oil and infused honey.
Cannabis, a plant with a rich history spanning thousands of years, has been used for various purposes, including medicinal and recreational, across different cultures. While its recreational use remains a topic of debate, the therapeutic and holistic benefits of cannabis are gaining increasing recognition. As scientific research advances, more light is shed on the potential of cannabis to provide relief for various ailments and promote overall well-being. In this article, we will explore the therapeutic and holistic benefits of cannabis, highlighting its potential as a natural remedy.