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It seems more and more of the favorite dishes of my long-ago Alabama youth are becoming available as marijuana-laced edible treats. A few months ago,

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Pot and Pecan Pie? Perfect!

I discovered the gloriously golden globs of ganja goodness at the Mimi's Medibles table at the Market; the pieces of pie were nestled among other beautiful goodies like Heath Irtish cream truggles, and white chocolate cannabis peanut butter cups, intricately detailed with milk chocolate on top.

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It seems more and more of the favorite dishes of my long-ago Alabama youth are becoming available as marijuana-laced edible treats. A few months ago, I was delighted to discover cannabis cornbread; now, at Saturday's Washington Farmer's Market (a cannabis-friendly event held the first and third Saturdays of the month in Olympia), I discovered pot-laced pecan pie.

I discovered the gloriously golden globs of ganja goodness at the Mimi's Medibles table at the Market; the pieces of pie were nestled among other beautiful goodies like Heath Irtish cream truggles, and white chocolate cannabis peanut butter cups, intricately detailed with milk chocolate on top.

Cannabis dosage amount information isn't available on the labeling, but the taste of marijuana was present in the pecan pie. Happily, it turns out the taste of pecan pie and pot go really well together; I'm guessing the marijuana was added in the form of cannabutter, since pecan pie uses a ton of butter and is thus an ideal cannabis carrying agent.

You can find Mimi's Medibles at the Washington Farmer's Market, 3211-A Yelm Hwy, Olympia, on the first and third Saturdays of each month. For more information or to order (authorized Washington medical marijuana patients only), call Mimi's Medibles at (360) 584-6621.

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