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An employee for Weed World Candies sells $5 lollipops from a truck that sits parked on lower Broadway on April 10, 2016 in New York City.
An employee for Weed World Candies sells $5 lollipops from a truck that sits parked on lower Broadway on April 10, 2016 in New York City.
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Happy Wednesday, Eater readers. It's 4/20. If you partake, consider pairing a puff with a glass of winecoffeechocolate brittle bars, or infused granola bites. In other news, Canada's getting an Eataly; Rick Bayless can cook while stoned; the Daily Show addresses Donald Trump's 7-Eleven blooper, and more.

— On the subject of 4/20: According to Publishers Marketplace, author Sandra Hinchliffe (Cannabis Spa at Home) inked a deal with Skyhorse for her second book, High Tea. It's described as "a distinctive collection of 60 unique tea-time recipes." Expect cannabis infusions, tisanes, and instructions on the best ways to steep THC out of bud for "medicine or pleasure." The book hits shelves in the fall of 2017.

— Eataly's worldwide expansion continues. Eater Montreal hears a location of Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's massive Italian marketplace will open in Toronto next year.

— Watch Rick Bayless cook while stoned:

— Eater Chicago has the latest on the Saved By the Bell pop-up that's going to bring the best of '90s television back to life.

— Finally, the Daily Show addresses Donald Trump's 7-Eleven gaff. It's worth a watch:

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