Hosted by Cannaisseur Series Wednesday, February 27, 2019
SAN FRANCISCO – February 15, 2019 /Canna Newswire/ – Join Crop-to-Kitchen for an education-focused panel discussion and infusion demo about the future of fresh, produced-to-order cannabis cuisine in the California restaurant milieu with the authors of Edibles: Tiny Bites for the Contemporary Cannabis Kitchen (Chronicle Books, 2018) and essential enterprise experts in the Bay Location cannabis space.
Co-hosted by Stephanie Hua, Coreen Carroll and Kimberly Belle, Founder of Crop-to-Kitchen and hospitality consultant at Salt & Roe. Panelists contain:
- Coreen Carroll, founder of Cannaisseur Series and co-author of Edibles: Tiny Bites for the Contemporary Cannabis Kitchen
- Peichen Chang, co-founder of tCheck
- Maya Elisabeth, founder of OmEdibles and Whoopi & Maya
- Stephany Gocobachi, founder of Flour Youngster
- Stephanie Hua, founder of Mellows and co-author of Edibles: Tiny Bites for the Contemporary Cannabis Kitchen
Moderated by Merril Gilbert, TraceTrust, A Correct Dose™.
Light snacks and refreshments will be served.
DATE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2019
TIME: five:30 PM — eight:00 PM
Place: THE ALICE COLLECTIVE, 272 14th Street, Oakland, CA 94612
TICKET Value: $25 per individual (21 and older only please.)
This is a fundraising occasion. Proceeds will help the development and improvement of the C2K neighborhood, create superior communications, execute advertising and marketing plans and perform towards their mission of creating pathways to legalize cannabis cuisine.
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Founded in 2018 by Terrance Alan and Kimberly Belle, the Crop-to-Kitchen neighborhood is pioneering efforts in cannabis activism to develop a fellowship of committed chefs, restauranteurs, edibles and drinkables makers, canna business insiders and conscientious buyers who are interested in top the work to bring fresh, produced-to-order cannabis cuisine to California. Collectively, we are confident our cross-pollinated neighborhood can properly fight for our rights to make, sell, profit from and get pleasure from this magnificent plant in its complete culinary expression. Guided by their shared values, it is their ambition to make an action strategy that begins a movement to normalize and legalize canna-cuisine.
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