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Ejmharris
02-02-2014, 09:24
What are your favorite Bloody Mary recipes? I am not a huge fan but my wife likes them and looking for a good recipe.


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squire
02-02-2014, 09:56
Recipes abound and I would say it rather depends on what seasonings she likes, celery salt, Worchestershire, Louisiana hot sauce, fresh lime, etc. I prefer them made with gin rather than vodka.

HighInTheMtns
02-02-2014, 10:09
Recipes abound and I would say it rather depends on what seasonings she likes, celery salt, Worchestershire, Louisiana hot sauce, fresh lime, etc. I prefer them made with gin rather than vodka.
I've been making them with white dog, typically the High West Silver Oat. I find it works very well, and it gives me the opportunity to not own a bottle of vodka, since I have no other use for one.

TunnelTiger
02-02-2014, 10:20
Until 3 months ago vodka had been my prime ingredient for bloody marys but after reading a post here I tried Bourbon and never looked back.

As soon as I finish this last cup of coffee with some OGD I'm moving on to some OGD blood marys.

bigtoys
02-02-2014, 21:45
for a store bought mix, we really like Zing Zang
I've had some with a shrimp tossed in as a garnish

Ejmharris
02-03-2014, 05:44
Thanks for the inputs. I did make a couple last night. Used the store bought spicey zing zing. Tossed in some jalapeņo stuffed olives and a quarter teaspoon of A1. Not sure why but it seemed like it should go in there. They seemed to go over well enough. Will keep trying to perfect with non store bought mix.


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ratcheer
02-03-2014, 06:25
The Bloody Mary is a complex drink, but I do my best to try to keep mine simple. Gin is my choice for this one. And I prefer V-8 to plain tomato juice. Plus lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, a dash of Tobasco, and a sprinkle of Old Bay seasoning. Of course, a celery stalk as a swizzle stick.

Tim

squire
02-03-2014, 11:29
Tim's recipe is remarkably similar to mine minus the Old Bay seasoning.

tylermke
02-03-2014, 21:35
I always use prepared horseradish in mine. A little bit gives a nice kick and adds some thickness.

And just in case you need ideas, you could always come to WI for a few. :)

http://imgur.com/5h9XzoZ

Ejmharris
02-04-2014, 19:06
I always use prepared horseradish in mine. A little bit gives a nice kick and adds some thickness.

And just in case you need ideas, you could always come to WI for a few. :)

http://imgur.com/5h9XzoZ

That is hilarious. May have to stop by on the way to Door county for vacation this year.


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tylermke
02-04-2014, 22:09
That is hilarious. May have to stop by on the way to Door county for vacation this year.

Get there early, they usually have a huge line to start the day! :)

onemorepour
02-06-2014, 02:04
I like mine with an aged tequila and plenty of cayenne pepper and lemon juice, celery salt and fresh tomato juice, no ice, i hate bloody marys with ice, oh yeh and the grated horseradish ofcourse