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Bloody Mary Mix Recipe

Always a favorite when relaxing by the pool on the weekends...



3 cups tomato juice
3 tablespoons fresh squeezed lemon
3 tablespoons fresh squeezed lime
1 tablespoon worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon horseradish sauce
1 teaspoon of your favorite hot sauce (tabasco)
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
salt and pepper to taste
Place all above ingredients in a blender and pulse till well blended. Refrigerator overnight.

Garnish:
Bottle of good grade vodka
Lemon wedges
Celery stalks with leaves

Fill a tall glass with ice. Pour 1 shot glass full of vodka into the tall glass and top with bloody mary mix. Serve with a wedge of lemon and celery stalk.



22 comments:

  1. Bloody marys are one of my favorite drinks. Love this.

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  2. It's Sunday, the perfect day for a Bloody Mary. Thanks for sharing, I'm going to go make one right now.

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  3. This is DSO's favorite drink; the more horseradish, the better.

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  4. I'm getting thirsty, better head over to your place.

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  5. Oh, yeah, this looks amazing...I hope I'm invited to this party because I'm ready to hop a plane to join you by the pool :)

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  6. I wish I could lay by the pool! Here is still very cold for april! Never mind I should try this anyway as it looks so good!

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  7. I wish I could lay by the pool! Here is still very cold for april! Never mind I should try this anyway as it looks so good!

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  8. I haven't had one in eons - looking at all those lovely ingredients, I am reminded how wonderful this combination is. The photo is perfect!

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  9. Very refreshing!Have a lovely week,dear!

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  10. Aah yeah, this looks tasty and perfect for the weather we are having right now, after all the rain earlier. Love the horseradish.

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  11. This must be a great mix since you listed Vodka as a garnish. :-)

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  12. Bloody Mary's are a regular in this household Claudia! Your recipe sounds like it has a lot of ZING!!!! YUM!

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  13. My husband and myself can't wait to try your recipe next Sunday. Now, we can save $13.00 for two Bloody Mary's at the breakfast place and stay home and have your recipe. Thanks. I love the idea of horseradish. Bet that gives it a great flavor.

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  14. Yeas please! Great classic...love this!

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  15. This is exactly what I need to beat the summer heat over here, nice!

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  16. Nice. I personally don't care for Bloody Mary's but Brian adores them so it's nice to have a good recipe to make for him. Thanks.

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  17. This is a nice way to unwind after a busy day. Sometimes the best drinks are enjoyed at home and these look like just the ticket. Stunning photos!

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  18. Oh yummy! This would we be great for Mother’s Day Brunch!

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  19. I am such a history buff, but I could never get into tomato juice. Lovely pictures, though!

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  20. Not a big fan of bloody mary's, but this one I would definitely try =)

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