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2008/03/21 18:00:55 (permalink)

Bloody Mary Mix

What's your favorite one? Mine? None of them, make my own with V8, lemon juice, worstershire sauce, celery salt, tobasco, garlic stuffed Spanish olives, a marinated hot string bean, horseradish, pepper. Doesn't even have to have Vodka in it.
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    uncledaveyo
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 18:10:19 (permalink)
    I'll take that Vodka if you aren't going to drink it. Seriously - sounds like a great combo of ingredients, though I prefer the purity of good quality tomato juice to V8. I put the tiniest drop of oyster sauce in mine - and prefer Thai to Chinese oyster sauce for this.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 18:23:51 (permalink)
    Try your own concoction using Clamato.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 18:35:42 (permalink)
    Clamato is a good thing. No matter how you pronouce it.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 18:40:41 (permalink)
    CTF Mine is the same as yours except for tobasco. I use Crystal Sauce instead. Much better flavor than Tobasco.

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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 19:23:32 (permalink)
    There is a restaurant in Dallas (Ozana)down on Greenville, that for Sunday Brunch, offers a make it yourself, Bloody Mary bar. They will bring you a glass, the ice and a shot of vodka, and you pretty much make your own Bloody Mary. You must realize that in Dallas no alchohol is legally sold until NOON, but this place starts serving at 10:00AM- I guess they have special dispensation, from who knows who- anyway the amount of different things that they offer to make your drink with and to use as additives- shrimp, avacado, celery sticks, olives, dilled green beans- you name it, it's here. But their own private stock of tomato mixer is out of this world. No need to add anything- well, maybe a pinch of horseradish- but that's all!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 21:19:46 (permalink)
    12 OZ glass ...

    seven twists of pepper
    seven twists of salt
    seven shakes of (standard issue) celery salt
    seven shakes of Worcestershire
    seven squirts of Tabasco
    a medium-short glug of Roses Lime Juice
    TWO ice cubes
    Add Stoly (or equal amount of water if going virgin)
    Regular, normal V8 ... allowing for future ice
    pour from one glass to another until well mixed
    Ice

    Period.


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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/21 21:52:11 (permalink)
    One large can of Spicy V-8 juice
    two Tbs. horseradish
    the juice of one lime
    Cholula hot sauce to taste
    two Tbs. fresh dill finely diced
    celery salt to taste
    fresh ground black pepper to taste
    two Tbs. Worcestershire sauce or to taste
    don't forget a good quality vodka or tequila to taste

    I have used this recipe for the last 20 years at home and in the bar and I have never had a complaint, EVER!


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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 00:38:30 (permalink)

    Trader Joe's has one that will stand up to any home made. Just add quality Vodka and a little pickle juice and "Bob's your uncle."

    Dean

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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 10:56:01 (permalink)
    I'm having one as I post - made much the same as chewingthefat - but I also use Crystal hot sauce - and pickled okra as a garnish - it's pretty tasty.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 11:15:52 (permalink)
    If I'm not making my own, I think this is one of the best.

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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 11:29:17 (permalink)
    Nice ideas all!

    Bailey, the pickled okra is a new twist to me, sounds good!

    I add beef bullion, and Louisana Hot Sauce, to make a "bloody Bull". I use 2 cubes, and 6 oz. of water, to a big can of V8 or tomato juice. I use the store brand V8.

    Other things I sometimes add;
    Any kind of hot sauce I like
    Clausen pickle juice ( my Clausens go dry sometimes )
    Lime or lemon juice
    Celery salt
    Soy sauce
    Teriyaki sauce
    Worcestershire sauce
    A-1 steak sauce
    Juice ( to taste ) from a small can of boiled oysters, and eat the oysters with the drink. Makes a good breakfast!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 11:48:58 (permalink)
    Oysters!

    Next time I have raw oysters I'm going to eliminate the cocktail sauce and crackers and have them with a spicy Blood Mary!

    Thanks, Papa!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 12:28:35 (permalink)
    Personally I think an azz kikin spicy as all get out, Bloody Mary[didn't want to just use BM, cause that seems to work too], is great for a hangover, gotta have a stick or 2 of celery and plenty of salt, pepper and enough fresh horseradish to cure it or give you a horseradish stroke!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/22 13:05:59 (permalink)
    Nooo prob Bailey!

    I love raw oysters but it is a 40 mile drive for me to get some. That's why I started using the boiled ( just a buck or so ) canned ones. I know, I know, but hey, they are not bad and... I even make an Oysters Rockefeller kinda thingy with those babys. The juice is good for oyster dip to. Just mix it w/ sour cream and some hot sauce. Crown Prince is the brand I like.

    Oh, celery, horseradish, yep.

    Shoot, I'm gonna have to go make a batch. :~)
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/27 17:55:50 (permalink)
    trying to remember how i do this:

    vodka
    Sacramento tomato juice
    horseradish (alot!)
    fresh lemon juice
    celery salt
    pepper
    dash of A-1 sauce
    dash of hot sauce
    and the secret ingredient is: vermouth! (just a bit - it brings out the flavors of everything else in a good way)
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/27 18:14:07 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by wheregreggeats.com

    12 OZ glass ...

    seven twists of pepper
    seven twists of salt
    seven shakes of (standard issue) celery salt
    seven shakes of Worcestershire
    seven squirts of Tabasco
    a medium-short glug of Roses Lime Juice
    TWO ice cubes
    Add Stoly (or equal amount of water if going virgin)
    Regular, normal V8 ... allowing for future ice
    pour from one glass to another until well mixed
    Ice

    Period.





    I guess you could call this one a " Bloody 45"--- 7+7+7+7+7+2+8=45!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/27 20:00:38 (permalink)
    the Major Peters "The works" Bloody Mary mix is a good one if one wants to use a mix or another really good one, if you can find it is the brand Bloody Bold.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/27 22:55:15 (permalink)
    The problem with all of these recipes is that they are all lacking "Old Bay".
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/27 23:42:47 (permalink)
    Don't forget a little Balsamic vinegar,also.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/28 16:18:41 (permalink)
    Rob, I will try some old bay. Good idea especially with my oyster juice version. Hmm, maybe float an ear of Bay Corn... instead of celery? :~)

    Sneetch, Oh I forgot A-1. I use it sometimes.

    Am I the only one to use teriyaki sauce in a bloody bull?

    Great one, I am surprised you didn't use a 7 oz. glass!
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/28 16:22:43 (permalink)
    "Zing Zang" is the best I've ever had.

    http://zingzangcom.easystorecreator.com/
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/29 10:00:24 (permalink)
    Next time you make a Bloddy Mary try using Gin instead of Vodka. Use 50/50 V8 and Clamato. Worchester sauce. Rim the glass with the celery salt. Must be coarse cracked pepper. A little anchovie paste. Horse raddish. Squeeze in half of a small Mexican thin skinned lime and drop it in. Pleanty of Hot Sauce non vinegar based. 1/4 pickle spear, whole celery stalk with foliage,3 big olives, crushed red pepper flakes. Serve in a very tall glass...Russ
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/29 10:57:51 (permalink)
    Russ, that sounds like a great meal Russ! Ahh, celery salt around the rim, neat idea! My email is still froze but I still have some hope to unfreeze it by the first of the month.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/29 14:33:57 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Russ Jackson

    Next time you make a Bloddy Mary try using Gin instead of Vodka. Use 50/50 V8 and Clamato. Worchester sauce. Rim the glass with the celery salt. Must be coarse cracked pepper. A little anchovie paste. Horse raddish. Squeeze in half of a small Mexican thin skinned lime and drop it in. Pleanty of Hot Sauce non vinegar based. 1/4 pickle spear, whole celery stalk with foliage,3 big olives, crushed red pepper flakes. Serve in a very tall glass...Russ


    I believe the Original Bloody Mary recipe called for Gin,not Vodka.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/29 17:58:45 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Foodbme

    quote:
    Originally posted by Russ Jackson

    Next time you make a Bloddy Mary try using Gin instead of Vodka. Use 50/50 V8 and Clamato. Worchester sauce. Rim the glass with the celery salt. Must be coarse cracked pepper. A little anchovie paste. Horse raddish. Squeeze in half of a small Mexican thin skinned lime and drop it in. Pleanty of Hot Sauce non vinegar based. 1/4 pickle spear, whole celery stalk with foliage,3 big olives, crushed red pepper flakes. Serve in a very tall glass...Russ


    I believe the Original Bloody Mary recipe called for Gin,not Vodka.



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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/03/29 18:07:49 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by PapaJoe8

    Russ, that sounds like a great meal Russ! Ahh, celery salt around the rim, neat idea! My email is still froze but I still have some hope to unfreeze it by the first of the month.
    Joe


    Gin to me mixes much better with the lime and tomato. I love Vodka with fruit juice, orange,lemon aide,cranberry, and grapefruit. Tonic and lime for Gin. I think a Dry Gin Martini and a Bloody Mary with Gin are the two best drinks with a good steak.

    Email me Papa when you get your email unfrozen and we will talk poker.

    Try this one



    1 1/2 parts gin
    2 parts Clamato Juice
    2 parts V8
    1 tsp prepared horseradish
    3 dashes Worcestershire
    3 dashes hot sauce
    1 part of Guinness Beer
    1/2 small thin skinned mexican lime
    splash spicy pickle brine (optional)
    dash garlic powder (not garlic salt)
    1/4 tsp coarse ground pepper
    heavy pinch crushed red pepper flakes (looks good floating in drink)
    dash of coarse salt
    anchovie paste
    3 large olives, celery stalk, 1/4 new kosher pickle spear, and lime wedge for serving
    celery salt for rimming

    Stir and serve on the rocks. If you want to be really fancy garnish with cilantro, or better yet, muddle some into the mixture.
    Fill with ice in a tall beer glass.

    Enjoy .....Russ

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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/04/05 16:13:12 (permalink)
    quote:
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    "Zing Zang" is the best I've ever had.

    http://zingzangcom.easystorecreator.com/


    I agree. Zing Zang is by far the best I've had. I will often add some Old Bay to it if I'm looking for that type of flavor. Pickles or spicy pickled green beans are my favorite garnishes. I don't even understand the stalk of celery thing.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/08/31 14:07:39 (permalink)
    Last weekend I was introduced to Whisky Willy's Bloody Mary mix and I have to say - it's the best mix I've ever had - a really good blend - nothing in it overpowers the other ingredients.

    We had to drink several to reach this conclusion.
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    RE: Bloody Mary Mix 2008/08/31 14:32:09 (permalink)
    I tend to make my own, but someone gave us a gift basket with this in it, and it was very good. The clam is very mild.

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