Bloody Maria recipe

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Bloody Maria recipe

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gede wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 3:35 am
potatoes,
Good mix, you forgot the voddie. But I have to quote you on that. How and mostly how and why? Wouldn`t that turn a little bit "dry" on a hotdog?
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gede wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 3:35 am
potatoes,
Good mix, you forgot the voddie. But I have to quote you on that. How and mostly how and why? Wouldn`t that turn a little bit "dry" on a hotdog?
I’m a bit baffled... to clarify I don’t put potatoes on hot dogs, but now that it’s mentioned... beef sausage laden with French fries, sauerkraut and hot sauce sounds pretty good.

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In germany you can even put french fries and spagetti on pizza. That`s strange

What about a pizza-dog, cheese tomato peperoni fungi? That sounds good
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Don't forget horseradish and Worcestershire sauce! And of course plenty of vodka!
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Thanks for the great recipe! Bloody Maria is an astonishing drink! I appreciate your shared thread! It's important to start with a classic Bloody Mary cocktail.

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Thanks for the great recipe! Bloody Maria is an astonishing drink! I appreciate your shared thread! It's important to start with a classic Bloody Mary cocktail.
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Lush City wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 11:30 pm
Don't forget horseradish and Worcestershire sauce! And of course plenty of vodka!
The only horseradish I see around here takes the form of ‘horseradish cream’ in a jar, do I use this or is there some pure form of herb/root commercially available?

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gede wrote:
Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:06 am
Lush City wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 11:30 pm
Don't forget horseradish and Worcestershire sauce! And of course plenty of vodka!
The only horseradish I see around here takes the form of ‘horseradish cream’ in a jar, do I use this or is there some pure form of herb/root commercially available?
If it tastes like horseradish, I'd say just use that, and mix it good so you don't get a glob of it up behind your nose.
But you know what's even tastier, if you can stand the heat?
Wasabi.
It's really just Japanese horseradish, but it builds nicely in a tomato drink.

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gede wrote:
Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:06 am
Lush City wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 11:30 pm
Don't forget horseradish and Worcestershire sauce! And of course plenty of vodka!
The only horseradish I see around here takes the form of ‘horseradish cream’ in a jar, do I use this or is there some pure form of herb/root commercially available?
If you can find the pure raw form, get it. The cream is good only when it's down to desperate measures. And yes, Willies suggestion with wasabi would also be more preferable than the cream.
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