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  • scorched_porch
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    Funny - that's where I got the inspiration for this recipe. I was dove hunting in Hermosillo, Mexico and when we got in from the field, they'd make a drink with tequilla, clams, clamato, and lemon juice. I loved it so much, when I got home I experimented with turning it into a bloody mary and the rest was history - as they say.

  • mgaretz
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    Try it with tequila some time instead of vodka.

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  • cdd315
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    Caesar's are some of my fav's. I don't put lemon in mine though. Gotta try this with some smoked ice

  • bbqoaf
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    Nice! Gotta use Clamato, that's the Canadian way! It is called a Caesar, it was invented in my home town at an awesome old school steak house called Caesar's that is still going strong to this day (http://www.caesarssteakhouse.com/home.htm). I always try to do a business lunch there a few times a year.

  • _John_
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    One I learned from tailgating, toss a Slim Jim in there, everybody loves them.
    Edit: It is actually listed as an option in the article...try it anyway!
    Last edited by _John_; February 5, 2015, 10:30 PM.

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  • scorched_porch
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    Ok - I'll give it up. This recipe won me a first in a Bloody Mary drink competition back in college. It's been my stand by since. Uses Clamato.

    1-2 Ounces Vodka
    1/2-1 Ounces Lemon Juice (keep the vodka and lemon juice at 2:1)
    2 shakes tabasco
    2 shakes worchestershire
    1 heaping tsp horseradish (more to taste)
    celery salt to cover ice
    clamato
    fresh ground pepper
    1/8 lime slice, squeezed on top


    Wet the rim of a tall glass with a lime slice and holding it upside down, twist the glass in some celery salt on a plate (optional). Fill the glass with clear ice cubes. Add the vodka, lemon juice, worchestershire and tabasco. Add the horseradish. Shake on enough celery salt to cover the ice well (don't be afraid, use lots). Pour in the clamato juice, reserving about a half inch at the top of the glass and stir well until the salt and horseradish is evenly distributed. Squeeze the lime on top and a pinch of ground pepper. Garnish as desired.


    Garnishes:
    Cocktail Olives and Onions
    Grilled Shrimp on a long bamboo skewer
    Add a few Clams to the drink

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  • Huskee
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    Gotcha, and my comment was just in fun. It stands reason meatheads bm recipe will be top notch.

  • FLBuckeye
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    I was referencing the BM recipe on this site...
    http://amazingribs.com/recipes/drink...oody_mary.html
    I should have been clearer

  • boftx
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    Why does this remind me of the story about why Aggies don't drink iced tea anymore? (The guy who knew how to make ice graduated, or had to leave town anyways.)

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  • Huskee
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    FLBuckeye, you posted a topic under 'Recipes' titled 'Bloody Mary'...but there's no recipe here!?!

    Please share your favorite BM recipe here...

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  • FLBuckeye
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    Bloody Mary

    I followed the Bloody Mary recipe with the smoked ice last year and made a batch for a tailgate for a football game at a bar. The batch lasted less than 10 minutes after providing a few samples. I didn't tell people about the smoked ice and asked them what they thought was different. I had to convince them that you can actually make smoked ice.

    Was a big hit

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