With Sunday brunch on the horizon, you may as well start plotting your menu offerings. Eggs and bacon will be on the menu, surely, but why focus solely on food options when brunch drinks are equally as important? Think about the amount of money that you’ve spent on a Bloody Mary at the latest trendy restaurants in your neighborhood.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could make an equally delicious version at home for waaayy less money? We’ve got a great recipe that will have you wanting to spend more Sundays at home brunching and sipping away.
- 2 oz vodka (the brand is up to you!)
- 2 oz tomato purée
- 1/2 oz lemon juice
- 1 dash Worcestershire sauce
- 1 dash Tabasco
- 2 pinches celery salt
We recommend dumping the above ingredients into a cup with a lid so that you can shake them up for an even distribution. A plain ol’ glass will suffice, of course, but be sure to stir well. You don’t want the bottom to hoard all of the alcohol. Pour the mix into a cup filled with ice.
Now comes the fun part; adding your toppings. Here’s what we like:
- Pickled vegetables
- Crab legs
What we’re trying to show is that the possibilities are endless. This is your opportunity to be as creative as you’d like and incorporate some of your favorite accompaniments to your drink.