DENVER - The Colorado State Restaurant Coalition has informed the news media that most restaurants in the Rocky Mountain State have added a new item to their menus.
CSRC Spokesperson Betty Fitzowitz remarked that effective with the January 1, law which makes the purchasing and use of marijuana legal, about half of the state's restaurants have now added Marijuana Brownies to their menus.
Beaumont "Bubba" Prindello owner of Bubba's Pikes Peak Diner said that since he added the Marijuana Brownies just about everyone that his wait staff asks if they left room for dessert responds with a resounding, "Why hell yes!"
He pointed out that he had to hire an extra cook in his kitchen just to bake nothing but marijuana cookies.
Prindello smiled as he said that he is amazed that the daily sale of marijuana cookies in his eating establishement has already passed the daily sales of hamburgers, hot dogs, and The Number 3 Taco Plate combined.