305 Walnut St Redwood City
The key to making this Bloody Mary right is making sure the final product has a nice thickness, which is why it starts with tomato sauce instead of the standard tomato juice. Not only does this turn the common Bloody Mary into a full breakfast, it also gives it a stronger, more flavorful tomato kick.
3/4 cup tomato sauce
2 shots vodka
1 tsp. prepared horseradish
1 oz. lemon juice (lime juice works well also)
3/4 oz. olive brine
2 pinches celery seed
3 pinches black pepper
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
3 pinches granulated garlic
2 pinches salt
6-10 dashes hot sauce (any vinegar-based hot sauce)
Throw everything in a glass over ice, stir it up, garish with olives and a lemon or lime wedge, then get drinking.
Feb 11, 2013
Throw it all in a glass, stir it up and enjoy.
Who needs bacon and eggs for breakfast?