Blast-Off Blood Mary
This is the ultimate bloody mary! After several tries and a few not-so-good-next-mornings, I perfected this yummy concoction! Serve chilled with big green olives and/or celery stalks and a smile! Try pepper-infused vodka for an even spicier concoction.
Dani's Butt Kickin' Bloody Mary Mix
When a crazy old lady hits you in the head with her purse...and she's carrying a Colt 45 in it...that's the kind of kick you want when you drink a bloody mary. I like it spicy, and I hope you do too. Add vodka and whatever garnishes you prefer. Allow to chill for at least 8 hours so that the evil inside can mature. Drink it down, enjoy the heat, and be nice to your grandma.
Classic Canadian Caesar
This drink is very popular in Canada. Take a lick of the celery salt and then a drink of the Caesar through the straw for the proper Caesar experience.
Spicy Red Snapper (Bloody Mary with Gin)
I've tried many variations, and decided that these ingredients make the very best Red Snapper out there. It is now my go-to drink, and friends absolutely love it - even those who don't like gin. Careful! Your lips might burn, but it sure goes down easy...
True Wisconsin Bloody Mary
This is my Wisconsin version of a classic Bloody Mary drink. On special occasions, garnish with skewered bite-size pieces of Wisconsin Cheddar, Monterey Jack, pepperoni, salami, green olives or cocktail shrimp on top. Best when consumed before noon.
Al's Bloody Marys
Al was my stepdad, who was a wonderful man and a great cook! One of his specialties was his Bloody Mary, and no matter how many pitchers he prepared for company, they always wanted more. My only modification has been to add a bit of horseradish. This is a great brunch beverage, but various friends always ask if I'll please make 'Al's Bloodys' when they come for dinner.
Classic Bloody Mary
If you want to spice up that tomato juice, just use this classic bloody mary recipe serve in a salt-rimmed glass.
Bloody Mary Mix
My sister got this recipe from a restaurant in Ohio and all our family loves it. This is very spicy and needs time to blend flavors.
Spicy Bloody Mary Mix
My father-in-law first introduced me to this homemade bloody mary mix. It is very similar to what you'd buy in a store. Made as is, it is very spicy. You can customize it to your taste by cutting back on the pepper and hot sauce; I like about half the pepper and hot sauce. Enjoy this wonderful mix! It is so easy and much cheaper than buying pre-made mix.
Homemade Bloody Mary Mix
Mother-in-law gave me this recipe. It tastes better then the name brand store stuff. Spice it up or down to your tastes. Chill and mix with desired amount of vodka and ice.
Clamato® Bloody Caesar
Taste the savory Clamato® Bloody Caesar. One of our original recipes.
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