About Laurie Wolf
Laurie Wolf is a leader in the edible community and an award-winning culinary entrepreneur. Since 2015, Laurie has published four cannabis cookbooks: HERB, Cooking with Cannabis, Marijuana Edibles, and The Medical Marijuana Dispensary. Her recipes fill the pages of several top cannabis publications such as The Cannabist, Cannabis Now, Dope Magazine, Culture, Oregon Leaf, and High Times as well as The Oregonian, and soon, the San Francisco Chronicle. From soup to nuts, Laurie delivers a wide range of cannabis-infused recipe options, as well as detailing techniques for at-home infusions. Her brownie recipe on The Cannabist won Leafly’s Brownie Bracket challenge, naming it "the absolute best cannabis brownie recipe of all time."
After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America, Laurie worked in New York as a chef, caterer, food stylist, and food editor at Mademoiselle and Child. After moving to Oregon in 2008, Laurie published Food Lovers' Guide to Portland, Oregon, Food Lovers' Guide to Seattle, and Portland, Oregon Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From The City Of Roses. Laurie sought to leverage her experience from the food world to produce high quality edibles for cannabis patients like herself. She founded Laurie + MaryJane in 2014 to serve Oregon’s medical marijuana community after she herself successfully managed a seizure disorder with cannabis. In The Medical Marijuana Dispensary, co-authored with business partner and daughter-in-law Mary Wolf, Laurie and Mary present an overview of the medicinal uses of marijuana for the growing community of people interested in exploring its effects and benefits.
About Laurie + MaryJane
Laurie + MaryJane is a family-owned and operated business, serving the state of Oregon since 2014. Our goal is to provide high-quality, reliable edibles for the cannabis community. In 2015, our Spiced Nut Mix won a Dope Cup for best savory edible and our Almond Cake won second place for best sweet edible. At the Oregon Dope Cup in 2016, our Fudgy Brownie Bites won first place for best sweet edible.