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Grey Goose and Garlic Stuffed olives.... YUM! It did the trick. Thanks for reminding me how wonderful a simple martini "Naked" Martini can be. (Made for Bevy Tag 08) Cheers ~V

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Vseward (Chef~V) November 03, 2008

Most excellent. You have to shake it to get it icy cold like I like it. Yum.

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dicentra December 02, 2008

Simple perfection. :o)

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winkki February 04, 2007

I had to share my drink as it was a little strong for me but very good.

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NoraMarie July 11, 2006

You know Potsie loves the Goose! I used to put olives in my vodka all the time... don't know why I stopped. So for old times sake added olives today. I doubled the recipe but it was still just one serving. I won't admit to how many servings I had.

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Pot Scrubber July 10, 2006

thanks mama, nothing beats a good martini, especially since i don't really like appletini's or chocolate one's that much!!

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Jessica K July 09, 2006

Hi Mama; Oh WOW, guess I was just so lucky to have a Big Bottle of OSOBAYA RUSSIAN VODKA. I used large, stuffed green olives (2 of them). NOW, this is what I call an excellent Martini. The olives are a very pleasant substitute for Vermouth even though I used to just pass the cork from the Vermouth over the Vodka. I will now even avoid passing the cork. Thanks, a darn good drink. "Uncle Bill"

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William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin April 12, 2006
Naked Martini