Jim's Bloody Mary

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Recipe by Sugarmagnolia_fl

My honey and I go through stages of connoisseurism. This is the recipe my DH developed when we were in our Bloody Mary phase. We enjoyed these just about every Sunday one summer a few years back, during those Sunday brunches with the friends from the night before, where everyone is still a bit rumpled. I will sometimes rim my glass with Montreal Steak Seasoning, when I have it. (Similar to a salted glass for a margarita - do this BEFORE adding any ice or liquid to the glass.) Hope you enjoy as much as we do!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Fill a highball glass with ice and add vodka.
  2. Add remaining ingredients.
  3. May be shaken vigorously or stirred lazily. We prefer shaken, not stirred. ;0).
  4. Garnish with celery, a pickled green bean, a skewer of green olives, or whatever you like to garnish yours with. I've seen pickled okra too, but that's here in the south. I'm sure a pickle spear would also be tasty. You could also garnish with a combonation of any of the above ideas. Whatever suits your taste.
  5. Sit outside on your patio, enjoy the late-morning sunshine with some friends and take it easy -- .

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