Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary, a cocktail is a fascinating medley of vodka and tomato juice flavored with Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco Sauce, bouillion, celery, salt, horseradish, black pepper, cayenne pepper, lemon juice and celery salt. Served as morning drinks such as mimosas and screwdrivers Bloody Mary, has a number of interesting regional variations. Bloody Mary seems to be named after the Hollywood star Mary Pickford and is associated with illustrious personalities like Queen Mary 1 of England. A royal drink, Bloody Mary is garnished with olives, pickles, mushrooms, carrots, cheese, meat, salamis and shrimps for a royal party treat.

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Best Drink Ideas For Bloody Mary Day

Best Drink Ideas For Bloody Mary Day On : 11-Jan-2011 By : chockyfoodie

I know you are always fond of bloody Mary drinks, so I decided to lead you to some best drink ideas for Bloody Mary Day . The National Bloody Mary Day is celebrated on January 1. Bloody Mary Day is celebrated in honor of the cocktail which is made using...

Eat & Drink Your Bloody Mary

Eat & Drink Your Bloody Mary On : 21-May-2013 By : thot4food

  A Bloody Mary to satiate your hunger? Sounds farfetched? Well, the Wisconsin based  O'Davey's Pub has just gone over the top with its latest Bloody Mary creation . This weirdo cocktail is rumored to satiate your hunger...

Top 10 Breakfast Beverages To Start Your Day

Top 10 Breakfast Beverages To Start Your Day On : 23-Dec-2010 By : feedingfrenzy

Every day is a battle, one that begins in the very bed - the fight to wake up. Now here are lists of beverages that are true eye-openers. Top 10 breakfast beverages to start your day with. These will wake you up in the very first sip.   ...

Milwaukee Food Tour

On : 27-May-2011 By : foodmaniac

Food Tour is becoming a popular culinary preference for the food critics and Milwaukee food tour is no exception in this trend. The motto of this food tour is not always tasting samples and collecting ingredients but also to learn and taste the...

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