This is a good recipe I have concocted and perfected over many years. Variations include replacing the spices and sauce with Spatini (if you know what that is, it's really good), or varying the spices to one's tase. It's all good! I've found I (and many others) enjoy the taste of weed mixed with something more suited to its flavor, like sauces and whatnot. Brownies are all well and good, but it can be unpleasant for me at least to eat them, as the flavors contrast greatly. This is what you need. 1lb of NON LEAN ground beef. The fattier, the better. Newman's Own Tomato Marinara sauce- comes in a jar 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 2 tablespoons minced dehydrated onion (like McCormick brand) 2 tablespoons oregano 1 tablespoon garlic salt 2 teaspoons hot sauce 2 teaspoons ground black pepper 2 teaspons (if desired) hot pepper 1 box of pasta 1/8-1/4 oz of ground/minced cannabis- try using non-fruity varieties, it will bring the taste out much better! Method: -Defrost the ground beef if frozen. -Heat up a large pot of water on high- add 2 tablespoons of salt to help with the boiling -Bring a saucepan of the olive oil to a simmer on medium-low -Add cannabis, and simmer for 20 minutes until oil is a golden color -Add ground beef to saucepan, and chop it up with the spatula -Keep mixing the beef and cannabis oil until well-blended, and the meat turns from pink to brown -Add the pasta to the water pot if it is boiling -Add all spices to the saucepan on top of the meat. Mix well. -When spices are mixed in well with the beef, add the jar of Newman's Own to the saucepan, with a quarter jar of water (Add the water in the used jar, and shake to get the excess tomato sauce out) -Simmer the saucepan on medium until it begins to boil (it's a sloppy boil), then turn to medium low for 5 minutes -Make sure pasta in pot is as soft or as tough as you like, and strain through a collander -Add a splash of olive oil to the pasta after it's done straining- this will keep it from sticking -Scoop pasta on your plate, drench with meat sauce, garnish with parmesean cheese, and ENJOY!