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Old 08-11-2012, 09:07 PM
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Default A good Bloody Mary

A pretty good Bloody Mary
I never say the perfect, because Iím not perfect, also I know some of you donít drink, sad but true, so if you prefer the following can be served virgin.

Start with 5 tomatillos, sliced in half and de-seeded, then put coals in half of your bar-b-q and get hot, once the coal are hot place a pan of wet wood chips on the coals, once the wood chips are smoking place the cut tomatillos cut side down on the cool side of the bar-b-q, close the lid and cook for 15 minutes.

Remove tomatillos from the grill and place in your blender, and puree them, then mix with an equal amount of tomato juice, and stir, then place this mixture in the refrigerator to cool.

In your cocktail shaker put 2 and Ĺ jiggers of vodka, a few drops of tubes liquid smoke, a few drops of pick-a-peppa sauce, a dash of bitters, a drop or so of Cholula hot sauce and a third of a chipotle pepper in adobo sauce diced, juice of half a lemon, and half a lime.

Muddle then stir, add the tomato juice from your fridge and shake,
Rim your glasses with lemon and salt, add ice to your glasses and pour, donít strain. But pour the cocktail over the ice, garnish with a pickled pepper, a pickled asparagus spear, and pickled okra.

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