Call a food a stoner’s delight and you connote wild flavor combinations and envelope-pushing methods of preparation. (My own platonic ideal of the genre is a tower of vanilla wafer, chocolate chip cookie dough, Nutella, and a pretzel.) Arguably the most delightful aspect of stoner cuisine is the way in which it haphazardly throws together random ingredients for an end product that, at least to the eater, is greater than the sum of its parts.
In a way, JoeDough‘s Stoner’s Delight ($7) fits the bill.*
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