Thursday, February 26, 2009

Weekend Cookbook Challenge - Love - Bloody Mary

Here's my third recipe for the final Weekend Cookbook Challenge - Love.






Bloody Mary
Playboy Bartender's Guide
Thomas Mario

1 1/2 oz vodka
3 oz tomato juice
1/2 oz lemon juice
1 tsp ketchup
1 dash Worcestershire
1 dash celery salt
1 dash Tabasco sauce

Shake all ingredients well with ice. Strain into a tall or squat 8 oz glass.
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This is the final Weekend Cookbook Challenge! The theme is Love and the deadline is March 15. Send you posts to me at iliketocook AT shaw DOT ca.

5 comments:

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Sara setting and company change everything it seems to me.
Clamato juice in a bloody mary sounds excellent to me.

Amanda at Little Foodies said...

I love a good Bloody Mary but only sometimes and then if it isn't really good which often they're not I'm disappointed. There's a company in the UK that do a very good Bloody Mary which you can get in most pubs now. Their website has some interesting stuff including a huge list of ingredients with lots of different spices http://www.bigtom.co.uk/

I do think location and company play a big part in our memory of good and bad tasting food and drinks.

Juliana said...

Thanks for the Bloody Mary recipe, it will be my drink tonight!
Cheers!

Natashya said...

I didn't realize that Caesars were a Canadian thing. They really are delish! I like a little horseradish in mine.
Love the cocktail book!

Mike said...

I bet the difference was on the ship they didn't use tomato juice, they used V-8 juice (a mix of 8 different vegetables, including parsley). The difference between that and straight tomato juice is night and day. Try it again with the V-8.