"This recipe was used in our bar in Clayton Idaho. It is a handy mix that can be made ahead of time. Just add to a glass of vodka and ice, and garnish as desired. The 'Wild River Saloon' was known for it's Bloody Mary's." — paniece
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1 (46 fluid ounce) bottle
1 1/2 tablespoons
1 1/2 teaspoons
ground black pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons
hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™)
Boy did this ever hit the spot - I added a little horseradish and some minced garlic (got that little tip from Martha Stewart). This is much better than buying store bought mix. Just garnish a tall ice filled glass with a celery stick and a lemon wedge.
Too plain for me!
Wow! this is good--a little spicy but can live with that. Might try adding a little horseradish the next time.
Very good! The only thing I added was some fresh squeezed Lemon.
Ah yes, so darn good. Also used some horseradish and a pretty stick of celery. Needed something like this to perk me up tonight as we had to put our sweet and lovable cat Oliver down today. Here's to you Ollie; you were the best!
Great recipe!! Not too strong, not too weak...just right. We served with a celery stick for stirring. They were great!
This recipe is awesome.. It's amazing how much bloody mary mix is in the stores...this is definately a keeper - I just addeed a bit of horseradish! Yummy!
oWN A BAR & GRILL,STARTED USING THIS RECIPE FOR MY bLOODY'S AND THE CUSTOMER LOVE iT.
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