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(Anchorage Daily News)   Every bartender in America tries to put their own twist on the bloody mary, but that doesn't mean you should garnish yours with string cheese   (adn.com) divider line 78
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2013-11-10 11:20:52 AM  
Bloody Marys are shiat. Mimosas are where it's at.
 
2013-11-10 11:22:03 AM  

haywatchthis: who the fark drinks a bloody marry after 9am and who drinks more than one, bloodymerrys are like stretching before a long run


Who the fark sees a word plastered all over a web page and STILL manages to misspell it twice?
 
2013-11-10 11:22:15 AM  

The Angry Hand of God: megarian: CruJones: megarian: skullkrusher: Bloody Mary's are an abomination

You shut your bloody whore mouth.

This.

Also, if lazy just use Zing Zang mix, best by far.

/string cheese sound like grilled cheese with tomato soup
//I'm ok with this

Oh hell yeah.

Celery salt. Horseradish.

Hoooomnomnomnomnom

Personally, if I am aiming to get nice and morning drunk, I would prefer a grilled cheese and some mimosas.

I will leave my man card at the front door.


Na. That's perfectly acceptable on particular "I feel fancy" days.
 
2013-11-10 11:23:16 AM  
Old Bay FTW. That is all...
 
2013-11-10 11:46:46 AM  

lilbordr: Old Bay FTW. That is all...


*fistbump*

Or sriracha sauce salt rim.
 
2013-11-10 12:08:21 PM  

leftymcrighty: In Canada we have the Caesar, which is  (to my understanding) a Bloody Mary with FARKING CLAM JUICE in it.

And people gobble that up. Ugh


Gah! Don't tell the Americans! Tomorrow we'll be hearing about this awesome new drink they've invented!
 
2013-11-10 12:11:49 PM  
I never understood the draw of Bloody Marys. My dad used to drink them before he and his friends would make me drive them around in his Jaguar while they puked out of the windows and cat called teenage girls on the sidewalk.
 
2013-11-10 12:30:11 PM  

oxycodon: If it doesn't have a slider...


[i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x510]

//hot


Holy shiat do want.
 
2013-11-10 12:30:59 PM  
No matter what else you may prefer, the Bloody Mary is vastly improved when properly made with GIN, not vodak.
 
2013-11-10 12:35:11 PM  

duffblue: I never understood the draw of Bloody Marys. My dad used to drink them before he and his friends would make me drive them around in his Jaguar while they puked out of the windows and cat called teenage girls on the sidewalk.


Huh? What part don't you understand?
 
2013-11-10 01:00:08 PM  
Bloodies are very different. I have a few 'standard' recipes, but I like to experiment.
Don't waste top-shelf vodak on them.
Summer Bloodies with fresh tomatoes are great.
This week  I'm having a few fresh local oysters with mine.

I'll switch to beer later and broil the oysters.

Mike's Fort Lauderdale Lagnappe's Restaurant Broiled Oysters

Oyster on the half shell
bit of cocktail sauce
dash of Worcestershire
few drops of Tabasco
1 grind fresh pepper

Quick broil until oysters firm up. Toaster-Oven works well.
 
2013-11-10 01:09:44 PM  
I like the Zing Zang premix but that stuff is high in salt and not very cheap.

Here is what the wife and I use for our  Bloody Mary Recipe with the exception that when I make it I do NOT use cranberry juice.  I also use peppercorn infused vodka.  I am not going to claim it is the best or worst but for my particular tastes I want it flavorful and spicy.  Using tomato juice over v8 just doesn't cut it for me but it would reduce the salt content.

Ingredients:
1 cup of V8
1 cup of Cranberry juice
1/4 shot of worchester
1/4 shot of hot sauce
1/4 shot of Sazon Ranchero liquid seasoning
2 shots of Vodka
2 tablespoons of onions
1 shot of lime juice
1 shot of lemon juice
salt and pepper to taste

Directions:
Add 4 ice cubes in two cups
Chill two cups
Chill drink mixture for 10 minutes
Remove drink mixture from refrigerator and mix via pulsing in the blender
Garnish with 3 olives and one pickle in each cup

This recipe makes two pints
 
2013-11-10 01:35:35 PM  

mrmaster: I like the Zing Zang premix but that stuff is high in salt and not very cheap.

Here is what the wife and I use for our  Bloody Mary Recipe with the exception that when I make it I do NOT use cranberry juice.  I also use peppercorn infused vodka.  I am not going to claim it is the best or worst but for my particular tastes I want it flavorful and spicy.  Using tomato juice over v8 just doesn't cut it for me but it would reduce the salt content.

Ingredients:
1 cup of V8
1 cup of Cranberry juice
1/4 shot of worchester
1/4 shot of hot sauce
1/4 shot of Sazon Ranchero liquid seasoning
2 shots of Vodka
2 tablespoons of onions
1 shot of lime juice
1 shot of lemon juice
salt and pepper to taste

Directions:
Add 4 ice cubes in two cups
Chill two cups
Chill drink mixture for 10 minutes
Remove drink mixture from refrigerator and mix via pulsing in the blender
Garnish with 3 olives and one pickle in each cup

This recipe makes two pints


Cranberry juice? Wtf, then you make it a blender drink, that is just wrong in so many ways.
 
2013-11-10 01:45:31 PM  

megarian: The Angry Hand of God: megarian: CruJones: megarian: skullkrusher: Bloody Mary's are an abomination

You shut your bloody whore mouth.

This.

Also, if lazy just use Zing Zang mix, best by far.

/string cheese sound like grilled cheese with tomato soup
//I'm ok with this

Oh hell yeah.

Celery salt. Horseradish.

Hoooomnomnomnomnom

Personally, if I am aiming to get nice and morning drunk, I would prefer a grilled cheese and some mimosas.

I will leave my man card at the front door.

Na. That's perfectly acceptable on particular "I feel fancy" days.


Correct, the "only clear or brownish drinks" rule does not apply outdoors, on sundays, or near beaches, or before noon.
 
2013-11-10 02:12:37 PM  

oxycodon: If it doesn't have a slider...


[i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x510]

//hot


DOOD!
 
2013-11-10 02:17:38 PM  

dv-ous: Hmmm... Tomatoes. Cheese.

How would one go about making an alcoholic pizza...?


Much the same as making pizza for anyone, but you'll probably need to get more beer.
 
2013-11-10 03:17:38 PM  

CruJones: megarian: The Angry Hand of God: megarian: CruJones: megarian: skullkrusher: Bloody Mary's are an abomination

You shut your bloody whore mouth.

This.

Also, if lazy just use Zing Zang mix, best by far.

/string cheese sound like grilled cheese with tomato soup
//I'm ok with this

Oh hell yeah.

Celery salt. Horseradish.

Hoooomnomnomnomnom

Personally, if I am aiming to get nice and morning drunk, I would prefer a grilled cheese and some mimosas.

I will leave my man card at the front door.

Na. That's perfectly acceptable on particular "I feel fancy" days.

Correct, the "only clear or brownish drinks" rule does not apply outdoors, on sundays, or near beaches, or before noon.


Noted.
 
2013-11-10 04:36:49 PM  
I dunno, mozzarella sticks in a Bloody Mary sounds like a damn fine idea to me.
 
2013-11-10 07:28:20 PM  

megarian: Or sriracha sauce salt rim.


Sriracha sauce salt?  I like the sound of this.  I'd like it better if it means someone has found a way to crystallize sriracha.
 
2013-11-10 08:41:30 PM  

duffblue: I never understood the draw of Bloody Marys. My dad used to drink them before he and his friends would make me drive them around in his Jaguar while they puked out of the windows and cat called teenage girls on the sidewalk.


I love this image.
 
2013-11-10 09:14:28 PM  
Dining Out: When it comes to the adult breakfast beverage of champions, we all win

What kind of adult kid doesn't drink their liquor straight for breakfast?
 
2013-11-10 09:55:04 PM  
What's next?  Mimosas with a side of brie chutney marmalade?
 
2013-11-10 10:42:09 PM  

FDR Jones: MagSeven: involving Goldschlager, Hershey's syrup, Bakon vodak, and two more secret ingredients


Wow, that sounds revolting... let me guess, the secret ingredients are tomato juice and horseradish!

Bacon and chocolate don't belong together. I recently went to a bacon cookoff-type event in Brooklyn and was nonplussed by every single bacon/chocolate dessert. Just stop.


HEATHEN!  Bacon + dark chocolate + sea salt = the best thing ever.  Seriously.  If you can find <a href="http://www.vosgeschocolate.com/product/mos_dark_chocolate_bacon _bar ">this</a>, you should try it.  World Market carries them, as do a number of 'boutique' chocolate shops.  Worst-case scenario you can order them online.

The first time I tried one it stalled my brain for a good thirty to forty seconds while I parsed what I had just consumed.  Then everything fired back up and it was amazing.
 
2013-11-10 10:42:53 PM  
Stupid broken HTML...
 
2013-11-10 10:55:13 PM  
i once saw a bartender use red wine layered over the top of a bloody mary to cut the heat.

it's a cool trick.
 
2013-11-11 04:45:50 AM  

Ablejack: No matter what else you may prefer, the Bloody Mary is vastly improved when properly made with GIN, not vodak.


Try it with Tequila for a Bloody Maria! A bit saltier, though
 
2013-11-11 05:42:36 AM  
Try using wasabi instead of horseradish. Tasty
 
2013-11-11 06:28:17 PM  

born_yesterday: megarian: Or sriracha sauce salt rim.

Sriracha sauce salt?  I like the sound of this.  I'd like it better if it means someone has found a way to crystallize sriracha.


http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Sriracha-Salt-364309
 
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