A Very Bloody Mary

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Smatter Noguts wrote:Blue Point Oysters

My cousin Katy arrived from the south with a sack of these yesterday, damn hard to get back in the method of opening them, but once done, filled a large glass half full with them, a quarter glass of Grey Goose, the standard Bloody Mix, a tablespoon of horseradish to top off and slurped them.

Good to have a tall spoon to help 'em along. If I lived in N.O. I would live on these.
Gawd dayam.

This sounds friggin excellent.

You, sir, have invented this? After Google on this, it is true.

Put a copyright on this thing, stat, Master of the Marys.

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Hell yeah. Bloody Mary's Pearl!
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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Newest addition to the 11 herbs and spices:

1 Tblsn Jalapeno juice
1 Tblsn Catalina dressing

Have to say the easy drunk is still the simple Clamato and Milano; couldn't tell teh difference between it a a bullshot eyes shut.

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Nice to have you back Smatter, thought you planned to be away some

With Catalina do you mean this: French dressing. The term has come to mean the manufactured version, which is sweet in taste and colored red from the use of paprika and tomatoes.
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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Thanksgiving Marys:

48 oz V-8
1 Tblsn ea:Garlic-stuffed Olive juice, Dill pickle juice, Dill sauce, Catalina dressing,Worchestershire, Lime juice, Frank's Hot sauce, hot Horseradish.
1 Tblsn fresh ground pepper
1/2 Tblsn Lawry's seasoned salt.


I hope you all have a wonderful Drunken Turkey Day!

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Smatter Noguts wrote:Thanksgiving Marys:

48 oz V-8
1 Tblsn ea:Garlic-stuffed Olive juice, Dill pickle juice, Dill sauce, Catalina dressing,Worchestershire, Lime juice, Frank's Hot sauce, hot Horseradish.
1 Tblsn fresh ground pepper
1/2 Tblsn Lawry's seasoned salt.


I hope you all have a wonderful Drunken Turkey Day!

Right back at you Smatter Noguts, from this here Drunkard Injun.


I wonder how a brine would taste, with those ingredients...

Frig it.

Bloody Marys are the reason to start the day fresh for drinking. And then deep fryelation

Yup.

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Drunkenness is a journey, not a destination, etc, etc.

Shaking and head-hammered hung this morning, thought I'd share the current refined version.

Take a 48 oz bottle of V-8, fill the small 8 oz juice glass that you've already filled half way with vodka, and 'DRINK!' as someone once wrote.

Now that you're feeling a little better mix this into the bottle and shake:

2 Tblsn Worchestershire sauce
1 Tblsn ea of: Milano Dill sauce, pickled Jalapeno brine, regular pickle brine, garlic-stuffed olive brine, lemon juice, Ketchup, hot horseradish.
Frank's hot sauce, white pepper, and a half Tblsn ea of Lawry's seasoned salt and celery salt.

This should stand for a least an hour then mixed with bum vodka or vodka peppar if you can find it where you live, 3 or 4 parts mix to 1 part vodka or no vodka at all, or put it in a shot glass and use it a a chaser / breath freshener following a shot of vodka like the Finns used to do in da U.P.

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Smatter Noguts wrote:vodka or no vodka
Alcohol hate detected!!!!!!
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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Smatter Noguts wrote:
2 Tblsn Worchestershire sauce
1 Tblsn ea of: Milano Dill sauce, pickled Jalapeno brine, regular pickle brine, garlic-stuffed olive brine, lemon juice, Ketchup, hot horseradish.
Frank's hot sauce, white pepper, and a half Tblsn ea of Lawry's seasoned salt and celery salt...
Yes in-fucking-deed.

Well done, Sir Master of the Marys.

Amen.

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Okay. This may be weird, but I have never had a Bloody Mary before. I will be trying some of the recipes here.
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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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araprado613 wrote:Okay. This may be weird, but I have never had a Bloody Mary before. I will be trying some of the recipes here.

It would be excellent if you gave a report back to this community on your own findings upon this research of yours.

Thirsty minds await your descriptions, and perhaps, new discoveries?

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Getting close to nirvana:

2 Tblsn Worchestershire sauce, lemon juice, hot horseradish, Frank's hot sauce.
1 Tblsn Milano Dill sauce, regular pickle brine, garlic-stuffed olive brine, oyster sauce, soy sauce, fresh ground black pepper.
1/2 Tblsn ea of Lawry's seasoned salt, celery salt, Jalapeno brine.
Pinch of garlic powder.
1 46oz jug V-8.
Vodka

Got a big Damn! from the guests this morning over this.

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You keep forgetting liquid smoke.
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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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Patchez wrote:You keep forgetting liquid smoke.

hehehe

Damn. That's kinda mean, but it's fucking funny

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Re: A Very Bloody Mary

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2 Tomatoes, sectioned, with the seeds removed.
1/2 smallish Jalapeno, minced.
1tspn finely grated horseradish root.
1tspn dill pickle brine.
1 jigger vodka.
Salt and pepper.

Place in a blender and run for a minute. Add ice.

Got this through Lucille, my 90 year old backwoods neighbor, who has little use for fancy modern stuff they sell in a supermarket.

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