Oregon Restaurant Earth Dragon Serves Tasty Marijuana-Infused Mongolian Barbecue
Posted by Little Buds | July 24 2012 | 4325 views | Comments ↓
Medical Marijuana Mongolian Barbecue Restaurant
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- A patron
In Ashland Oregon, a restaurant has gotten extremely creative with their marijuana infused cooking. Instead of the regular cookies or cakes that we normally see served in edible establishments, the Earth Dragon Restaurant actually serves marijuana infused Mongolian barbecue. This is how it works: vegetables, noodles and meat are all mixed together and cooked with a shot of grape seed oil infused with hashish. Of course, this menu item is served to medical marijuana cardholders only
Kevin Wallace and Michael Shea are the brains behind this delicious idea. Wallace, now 45, was a carpenter until he fell down and compressed his spine. He is on disability now but marijuana got him off painkillers. Shea, 52, uses marijuana to relieve his pain from an old neck injury.
Inside, the restaurant seems like any other Asian restaurant, with the delicious smell of teriyaki wafting throughout the dining room, however a Bob Marley wall hanging lies at the back of the room.
Diners get a checklist to order what they want. They can choose between different vegetables, meats, tofu, yakisoba noodles or brown or white rice, ten different signature Asian sauces, what sized bowl they’d like, and most importantly, the dosage they would like added to their stir fry. Dosages come in three different strengths: the smallest dosage is1.75 grams, the medium dosage is 3.5 grams, and the strongest dosage is 7 grams. Or you can eat a dish that’s not infused at all. Also on the infused menu are sirloin beef chili, curried chickpea stew, Thai peanut chicken, and hot wings.
For dessert, the restaurant offers a variety of medicated and non-medicated teas, cheesecake, cookies, caramels, lollipops, ice cream, oatmeal walnut raisin bread, brownies, and truffles.
The restaurant also houses a hash bar, where paraphernalia, as well as different strains of marijuana and hashish are sold.
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Monday, 23 July 2012
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Article by Little Buds, on Jul. 24th 2012