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Bloody Mary


This morning I have a special treat for you, and it's in liquid form. Since I have tickets to the Chiefs at Jets game, I wanted  to share my Bloody Mary recipe with you, this way we can virtually tailgate together! There's nothing fancy about this recipe, it uses ingredients you probably have on hand and is easy to throw together on a Sunday morning.

Also, as a note I like my bloody mary's spicy. It's to the point where my local bartender knows just to hand over the bottle of tabasco with the bloody mary. So adjust the amount of tabasco according to your tastes. On that note, you should really adjust all ingredients according to your preferences, I rarely actually do any sort of measuring when making my bloody mary. The recipe below is for one bloody mary.

1 shot vodka
2 shots tomato juice
1-2 teaspoons worcestshire
1-2 teaspoons lemon juice
1-2 teaspoons horseradish
1 teaspoon black pepper
1/2 teaspoon celery salt
6-8 dashes of tabasco
old bay seasoning (optional for rimming the glass)

Rim glass in old bay seasoning by running rim of glass under water and dipping into old bay seasoning.

Mix together al ingredients (excluding old bay) and pour over ice into glass. Cheers!


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