And they’ve got prominent chef Antonin Mousseau-Rivard of Le Mousso on board to guide them.
A new Montreal-based start-up will allow Canadians to hire chefs to cook marijuana-laced meals in the privacy of their own homes.
In the words of the company, Canolio Gourmet, its online platform will allow you to “book a responsible home chef who knows how to showcase cannabis with local flavors” — those chefs will be trained in the regulations surrounding cannabis edibles, as well as the science. In short, they’ll be experts in dosing the weed, to prevent against any home-cooking mishaps that might put amateurs into a volcanic-eyed state of stupor.
Most notably, Canolio has tapped chef-owner of renowned Village restaurant Le Mousso, Antonin Mousseau-Rivard, to guide its brigade of chefs. Mousseau-Rivard will not be available for customers to hire — he’s a mentor to each “CannaChefPro” (the terminology that Canolio is using).
– Read the entire article at Montreal Eater.