By Roberts, Chris

SF Weekly, 16 Jul 2015 – Last month, a collection of food trucks and vendors with portable tables under pop-up tents gathered on a strip of pavement in South of Market for a pancake breakfast. The Saturday morning meal was noteworthy enough to draw the attention of The New York Times and San Francisco Chronicle, because it involved cannabis. The “loaded” pancakes were the opening ceremony for the “Get Baked Sale,” a cannabis-laced food emporium that took over the space for the day. Attendees with a medical marijuana recommendation – available from doctors on-site, as always – could sample THC-laden treats until they became comatose, and buy an armload of their preferred super-strength brownies to bring home from the vendors. If you wanted a bag of regular old cannabis flower without the hassle of going to a dispensary, you could buy that, too.