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We are sorely lacking a Bloody Mary recipe for xxxx camp, vodka and spicy v8 just doesn't do it any more.  So who has a super kickass recipe they want to share?

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V8 is fine and I like it, however Clamatoe mixed in is much nicer.  

Jigger Vodka (chilled if possible)
1/2C Calmatoe/V8 mixed to taste.  I like about 70/30
1/2 Tbs Horseradish (to taste)
Lemon juice (one lemon or about 1/4C)
Worcestershire  (few dashes)
Tabasco (as you like, 3 or more is best)
Celery salt (1/2tsp)
Cracked blk pepper.

Add a bit of sherry to give depth.

Lime wedge, or green onion, or celery stalk if you are into that.
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Try the V8 spicy. Think it was made just for bloody mary.

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V8 is fine and I like it, however Clamatoe mixed in is much nicer.  

Jigger Vodka (chilled if possible)
1/2C Calmatoe/V8 mixed to taste.  I like about 70/30
1/2 Tbs Horseradish (to taste)
Lemon juice (one lemon or about 1/4C)
Worcestershire  (few dashes)
Tabasco (as you like, 3 or more is best)
Celery salt (1/2tsp)
Cracked blk pepper.

Add a bit of sherry to give depth.

Lime wedge, or green onion, or celery stalk if you are into that.

Second the Clamato. That is the recipe I use.

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If you run out of vodka, top off a cold beer with the clamatoe juice.
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That's called a Red Eye, when a raw egg is added.
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Off the shelf bottled mix called Zing Zang. Add only horseradish to taste, celery stalk and a spanish queen olive.........dandy libation.

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Damn I'd call that breakfast.
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V8 is fine and I like it, however Clamatoe mixed in is much nicer.  

Jigger Vodka (chilled if possible)
1/2C Calmatoe/V8 mixed to taste.  I like about 70/30
1/2 Tbs Horseradish (to taste)
Lemon juice (one lemon or about 1/4C)
Worcestershire  (few dashes)
Tabasco (as you like, 3 or more is best)
Celery salt (1/2tsp)
Cracked blk pepper.

Add a bit of sherry to give depth.

Lime wedge, or green onion, or celery stalk if you are into that.

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This is very similar to my dads recipe which was great. He also added some beef bullion
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I've been doing some sampling, I found this one that I like (just putting it here so I don't forget it).  The orange vodka was a good addition (stolen idea from Hell's Kitchen).  

I might try adding some clamato to it, maybe reduce the worchester a bit, it was a little overpowering.

1 bottle of v8 spicy
1/2 tsp ground Black Pepper
1 pinch of salt
1/3 cup Crystal Hot Sauce
1 T ground horseraddish
1/4 cup Worchester Sauce
1 tsp dehydrated onion powder
1 tsp garlic powder
2 Tbsp Lemon Juice

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Get some bacon flavored vodka.

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All the above are good, but to really top it off, add a few pickles in the mix, along with the olives.  I dont touch any of the "fruit" until the drink is done.  I still struggle to figure out what I like better, the drink, or the fruit at the end!! :D
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Glad to see this . I love a good Bloody Mary .
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I like to use straight clam juice then spicey V8. It's best if you mix up the ingredients less the vodka and let it sit overnite.

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Off the shelf bottled mix called Zing Zang. Add only horseradish to taste, celery stalk and a spanish queen olive.........dandy libation.

x2 with a pickle

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