Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is my husband's take on a Bloody Mary. I substitute the beef stick with a celery stalk as I don't eat meat.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Put all the ingredients together in a glass and use the slim jim to stir (or in my case, celery).
  2. Enjoy!


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Updated review: This was really really good. I am a bit of a Bloody Mary snob and dislike most of them I ever try. I made this exactly as directed and drank some right away and it was good. BUT - I generally like my Bloody Marys much spicier and hotter, so on the second round I added more hot sauce and doubled the Worcestershire and pepper. Then I chilled it for about two hours. Just before serving, I added a large slice of lemon - squeezed into the glass. Now that made this 5 stars over the top good. Will make again for sure. Loved it. Thanks. :]

Messy44 September 25, 2009

Just fantastic! Who would have thought to add beef jerky? Only a carnivore! These are great--I used Frank's hot sauce and added just a tad horseradish. Just delish, and will make these for any gathering. The garlic stuffed olives are a hit! I slit a regular olive, took out the pimento and used minced garlic to stuff them with. Just superior! Tell Hubby he has a hit!

pamela t. March 08, 2009

I have Bartended for 12 years so I know my Bloody Marys. This is a good drink. The trouble with Bloody Marys is that the mix is so easy to ruin. This recipe blends the ingredients well. Be careful with the Worcestersire sauce and the garlic, don't add any more than the recipe asks for. If you do that then you will really enjoy this mix!

tornadoes three June 01, 2007

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