All in Bloody Mary recipe
The Easter bunny is coming to town! Never mind leaving cookies and milk for Santa, we’re leaving an herbaceous veggie bloody mary, topped with carrots and parsley for the Easter bunny, or maybe for ourselves, no judgment here! The Bunny Mary will have you and the Easter Bunny hip-hopping all day long at your family gathering or Easter brunch.
Do you love an ice-cold fizzy beer on a hot day? There’re probably not many things better than that, especially when you’re at a cookout. What about a cold, fizzy michelada made with a bloody mix that has bourbon barrel aged Worcestershire, blackstrap molasses, creole mustard?? Now I’ve got you attention, ey?
For the Hot Chicken Bloody Mary Recipe, I combined the Cocktail Artist Premium Bloody Mary Mix with the spices that traditionally go on the hot chicken sauce and cut it with some pickle juice, because hot chicken wouldn’t be complete without pickles! I used the same spices for the rim for a smoky, salty, spicy bloody mary! Spoiler ALERT!! I ordered hot chicken out. You know your girl is hella busy and hot chicken is a process! Let’s just keep that between you and me! :)
The michelada is topped with Super Bowl Sunday friendly food; garlic parmesan wings and carrots and celery sticks! The best part is, you can use the excess wings to serve to your guests! Instead of making a complicated recipe, I just simply grabbed a bottle of the already flavorful and bold Cocktail Artist Premium Bloody Mary Mix from my local Walmart,
Synonymous with southern cooking and cuisine, my latest concoction/recipe was inspired by the South's most famous dish; gumbo. The reason being? Because my friends from Cocktail Artist, award-winning Premium Bloody Mary Mix was formulated and inspired by the legendary bartender, Chris McMillan out of New Orleans, Louisiana.
My go to Cocktail Artist Premium Bloody Mary Mix, available at Walmart is a rich and savory bloody mary mix that has all the right spice and boldness to cure any hangover, but I wanted to take it one step further. A spicy bloody mary to sweat out the sins of 2018, I infused the vodka with jalapeños to really “kick” start the year into high gear and celebrate National Bloody Mary Day with flare.
With leftovers in mind I created this Thanksgiving Leftovers Bloody Mary Recipe that you can easily make with your leftover food and seasonings for yourself, friends and family. No need to run to the store, you have everything you need already from Thanksgiving. Wake up and mix yourself a savory and herbaceous cocktail, because you deserve it!
n the celebration of the true spirit of National Food Day, “One of the targets that Food Day aims to help people is to “Eat Real,” which is defined by them as “cutting back on sugar drinks, fatty, factory-farmed meats in favor of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and sustainably raised protein.” I’ve made this recipe with fresh ingredients and topped it with my personal favorite food: vegetables! A delicious and healthy recipe for those who want to indulge but celebrate a healthy lifestyle. You can pick up Cocktail Artist Premium Bloody Mary Mix at Walmart.
Whether your ice fishing on the lakes of Wisconsin, camping in the Green Mountains of New Hampshire, or jet skiing on the bay in San Diego, this recipe has all the goodies to prepare you for a day of sportsman OR sportswoman activities! Topped with a grilled teriyaki beef, tomato, and mushroom skewer, I added some soy sauce and green tea for that extra boost.