Tips to BBQ In Place With Weed

[Canniseur: It’s Memorial Day weekend. The traditional beginning of summer, but we’re mostly staying in place, so a BBQ is a really wonderful thing to make after you’ve braved the market, found some meat and veggies for the grill. So if you have to stay at home with family, here are some good ideas to make the “Q” even more enjoyable.]

Covid-19 has fundamentally changed the way we live and interact with each other. Close hugs and packed parties have given way to face masks and a six-foot radius. But as governments around the world begin to relax stay-at-home orders and people leave their homes due to quarantine fatigue, it’s still pertinent to stay protected and diligent when attending gatherings this coming summer.

And what screams summer louder than a backyard BBQ? A backyard BBQ with weed.

We know that many will be itching to get out and see friends and family as the weather warms up, but you shouldn’t throw caution to the wind to do so. Below, check out how you can still get stoned with your mates by the BBQ while keeping yourself and others safe.

Tips to keeping your distance

Restrictions are loosening, but that doesn’t mean coronavirus has been eradicated. We know the urge to see your friends in person is skyrocketing day by day, and it’s important to proceed carefully when you’re finally gathered.

  • If you’re already planning your first summer BBQ, it’s recommended that the total attendees aren’t more than 10 people (depending on how much backyard space you have to work with). There should be enough room for everyone to relax yet still be physically distant at the same time. Traffic in and out of your home may pose a risk, so it would be best to let people right into the backyard from the get-go or host the event at a nearby park.
  • Hand sanitizer and wipes should be freely available, and it may also serve guests best to bring their own glasses, plates, and silverware. When inviting the BBQ group, you can also ask that everyone bring their own favorite foods for themselves as an extra step and precaution. Everyone can take turns on the BBQ as the party goes on.
  • Last — and most importantly — opt to get your cannabis goods by pickup or delivery. If you want to smoke, don’t pass the joint, or consider making these gatherings edibles only.

Great strains for livening up the BBQ

If you choose to smoke or vape, find the following strains to make the most out of your social distancing BBQ.

Best strain to increase appetite: Legend OG

Legend OG is a strain that WM users have found makes them hungry and feel relaxed. Big BBQ energy, for sure.

Open up your appetite with a couple of hits of Legend OG. Thought to be an OG Kush phenotype, this heavy-hitter will get the digestive juices going and put you in the mood for a BBQ feast.

Best strain to energize and focus when making the meal: Green Crack

Green Crack is a classic Sativa-like strain to get energy and mood up. For some, it’s also a strain that helps sharpen focus while avoiding some of the heavy-body effects associated with smoking weed.

Nothing can brighten up the day quite like Green Crack. Packed with energy in every draw, once this light up you’ll be cooking up a storm and getting creative.

Best strain to relax and digest: Dosidos (Do-Si-Dos)

And lastly, no BBQ would be complete without that strain that helps you kick back and relax when the BBQ is all said and done. That’s where Dosidos comes in.

When all the food has been devoured, the only dessert you’ll want will be a delicious hit of Dosidos. Relaxing and uplifting, this strain will make you feel like you’re drifting off in the summer sunshine.

Best edibles for an infused BBQ

From beers to chips, you don’t have to look far for delicious BBQ-inspired edibles. Keep an eye out for these stoney eats to really get the summer vibes going.

Weed beers

Weed beers seem like a no-brainer to bring to a BBQ with weed, right? For those who want to avoid alcohol but still want the refreshing, social aspect of cracking open a beer with friends, weed beers hit the spot.

Non-alcoholic with 5 milligrams THC, Two Roots Mango Dango IPA packs a tropical punch and tastes just like a smooth and delicate IPA and are available in California, but there are various brands and breweries experimenting with infused-beers in a couple of states.

Baked goods

It goes without saying that sweet, dessert-y edibles are going to be a must for your 420-friendly BBQ. Brownies, cookies, and rice krispies are always great bets in the baked goods department.

If gathering around a fire pit is too close for comfort, you can get your s’mores kick elsewhere with incredibles’ mouthwatering S’mores Bar. Clocking in at 100 milligrams THC for the whole bar, you can portion your elevation with 10 milligrams per piece.

Infused cooking ingredients and condiments

When it comes to adding just a small kick of THC, there are a ton of options in the butter, honey, and sauces to slather all over your favorite BBQ foods.

Spice up your burgers, hotdogs, chicken — and whatever else you throw on the grill — with an infused twist. Portland Oven’s Pot Sauce comes in three heat flavors, so you can choose to go mild or sweat through your clothes with 50 milligrams THC per bottle.

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