The chef thought the restaurant industry was flawed even before the pandemic.
April 20, the universally recognized “stoner holiday,” hit differently for Harold Sims this year. That day, the Denver-based chef made his world television debut, on Netflix. He was looking forward to finally letting friends and family in on the secret he’d kept for a whole year.
Sims was on Netflix’s Cooked With Cannabis, a gourmet cooking competition infused with weed. The streaming service dropped the first season on 4/20. And, apologies for the spoiler, but he won, taking home a $10,000 cash prize in the second episode. The theme was “global eats,” and Sims blew away the judges with his inspired riffs on traditional African dishes.
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