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The Broccoli Report
Monday, November 8, 2021
Time to read: 1 minute, 25 seconds. Contains 284 words
I’m taking a break from the news this week, but I will be back this Friday with an intriguing update from the culinary realm. I interviewed Joline Rivera, founder of Kitchen Toke magazine, on everything she’s up to and paying attention to in weed and food. She’s also the woman behind Red Belly Honey, which was drizzled atop and combined with delicious ingredients throughout the recent Food and Wine Classic in Aspen, Colorado. We talked about the infused dining scene, new channels the cannabis cuisine magazine is exploring, and her first-of-its-kind honey made from bees that snack on hemp-infused nectar. Become a Friday subscriber for a seat at this table.
In the meantime, here are a couple of unlocked Friday posts for your perusal:
How To Make the Most of Social Media: In this detailed recap of LaterCon—a social media and digital marketing conference organized by Later, a social media management app—you’ll find updated best practices for better engagement and conversions on social, plus crucial insights on various apps’ ever-changing algorithmic rhythms and recommendations for other useful tools from some of the internet’s top creators and strategists.
Trend Report: Growing at Home: Now that drawn-out licensing periods choked by unwieldy regulations and lawsuits are the norm, the immediacy of being able to grow a plant or two at home holds fresh allure. Home grows can let adults in newly legal states enjoy their newly legal rights to cannabis long before shops open for business, and this newsletter examines the creative resources available (and those still needed) to those cultivating their own cannabis for the first time.
Wishing you enough myrcene to get through Monday,