In Korea it’s Chuseok, in Vietnam it’s Tet Trung Thu, in China it’s the Mid-Autumn or Harvest Moon Festival. Whatever you call it, the fall festival is celebrated in several Asian countries, around the time of the full moon. It’s a time for families to come together, and often to give thanks for the harvest, leading to a natural comparison with Canadian and American Thanksgiving.
The recipes we’ve gathered here aren’t strictly traditional, but if you’re looking for a pan-Asian menu infused with incredible flavour and cannabis, this is it. For a more classic, but still cannabis-infused meal, try adding our cannabis-infused sesame oil to your traditional favourites – it’s delicious on Japanese soba and Korean japchae noodles.
It's not a traditional Tet Trung Thu recipe, but this Vietnamese-inspired salad is simple and tasty. For easy serving, prep ingredients in advance, and toss together at the last minute.
Who doesn’t love dumplings? They take some time to prepare, but we promise your efforts will be rewarded with great flavours, not to mention the gratitude of your satisfied guests.
This classic bao recipe can be stuffed however you’d like. Serve it with shredded pork ribs, barbecued shrimp, or boiled egg slices. It's also great dipped into Chef Ronnie's Everything Sauce
Meaty roasted eggplant meets the umami undertones and sweet depth of caramelized miso. Serve this classic Japanese dish as a side, or with rice for a simple vegetarian main.
Got a dumpling or bao that needs dipping? How about a bowlful of plain rice looking for some dazzle? Whatever you put it on, Chef Ronnie’s soy-seasoned sauce will take it to the next level.
Classically prepared Korean ribs are dressed with a tart apple slaw for a fusion dish that guarantees gratitude in any language. Tip: double batch it for amazing next-day sandwiches and baos.
Our s’mores baos are delightful fusions of soft, fluffy bao buns and soft, fluffy marshmallows, all smothered in cannabis-infused chocolate sauce. They're a dreamy way to end any meal.
Not too sweet on dessert? Cap your feast with a sweet ganja coffee instead, a buzzy twist on the classic Vietnamese beverage, and a proven crowd-pleaser.
The recommended cannabis infusion dosage is a suggestion. Cannabis dosing can be complicated and is entirely based on your tolerance and desired potency. To learn why, read our guide to cooking with cannabis
. Please proceed with caution by eating a portion and waiting an hour or two before any more. Enjoy!