Gale’s Three Alarm Bloody Mary

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Lynnda Cloutier

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Etiquette says the Bloody Mary should never be served after 6 p.m. so it’s the perfect brunch accompaniment. Make sure you use pure grated horseradish, not creamy style.
Pic and recipe courtesy of Gale Gand

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Ingredients

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    1 cup vodka
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    2 cups good quality tomato juice
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    juice of 2 lemons
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    1 tbsp. worcestershire sauce
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    16 drops tabasco sauce
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    3/4 tsp. celery salt
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    3/4 tsp. cayenne pepper
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    1 tbsp. prepared horseradish
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    ice cubes
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    4 carrot sticks
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    4 celery sticks
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    4 lemon wedges
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    4 olives

How to Make Gale’s Three Alarm Bloody Mary

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  1. In a pitcher, mix vodka, tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcestershire, Tabasco, celery salt, cayenne, and horseradish with about 1 cup of ice and stir well. Strain into highball glasses over ice cubes. Garnish each glass with a carrot stick, a celery stick, a lemon wedge and an olive on a toothpick. Serves 4
    Etiquette says the Bloody Mary should never be served after 6 p.m. so it’s the perfect brunch accompaniment. Make sure you use pure grated horseradish, not creamy style.

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Course/Dish: Cocktails




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