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Talde Bloody Mary

Talde Bloody Mary

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The Talde Bloody Mary, served at Talde in Park Slope, Brooklyn, has everything you need for an Asian-infused bloody: wasabi powder, Chinese black vinegar, and one surprising ingredient, Guinness.


For the mix

  • 1 can of tomato juice ( 2 quarts)
  • 1 bunch of fresh dill
  • 1/4 Cup fresh lemon juice
  • 1/4 Cup fresh lime juice
  • 1/4 Cup olive brine juice
  • 1 Tablespoon wasabi powder
  • 1/4 Cup Chinese black vinegar
  • 3 Tablespoons sherry vinegar
  • 1/8 Cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 can of Guinness
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • 1 pinch of sugar
  • 2 pinches of fresh black pepper
  • 1 Teaspoon paprika
  • 3 Tablespoons Sriracha sauce

For the drink

  • ice
  • 2 Ounces vodka
  • Bloody Mary mix
  • celery, to garnish
  • sushi ginger, to garnish
  • black pepper, to garnish

While the original Bloody Mary was simply equal parts tomato juice and vodka, over time it has evolved into an elaborate meal-worthy drink.

Before you continue, be sure to check out this amazing Bloody Mary Charcuterie Board! It’s an awesome addition to brunch for a crowd, for football game watch parties, and more.

What kind of tomato juice should I use?

For the homemade Italian inspired bloody mary mix, you can use tomato juice from the store like V8, but if you really want to get after it, you can use my homemade tomato juice recipe HERE. We are in quarantine, after all, so you might as well! #timeonmyhands

If you decide to use tomato juice from the store for this recipe, I recommend using vegetable juice rather than a tomato juice concentrate. Tomato juice is a little thicker and sweeter, so to avoid tasting like a tomato sauce use vegetable juice instead!

Garden Bloody Mary

Amount Per Serving Calories 113 Calories from Fat 3 % Daily Value * Total Fat 0.4g 1 % Saturated Fat 0.1g 1 % Cholesterol 0.0mg 0 % Sodium 490mg 21 % Total Carbohydrate 9.2g 4 % Dietary Fiber 2.6g 11 % Protein 1.9g 4 %

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Part of the fun of a Bloody Mary is all the garnishes. Some can be pretty over the top – practically a whole meal on top of the drink. Here are some ideas for how to garnish your Bloody Mary:

  • Celery stalks
  • Dill pickle spears, okra, or cornichons
  • Pickled green beans or asparagus
  • Green olives
  • Lemon or lime wedges
  • Bacon
  • Boiled shrimp

You can also rim your glass with celery salt. Rub a slice of lemon along the rim of the glass, and then roll the rim on a plate covered with celery salt until coated.

Garden Bloody Mary Recipe

Anel’s garden has been flourishing all season and it’s not slowing down. One of the biggest harvests we’ve had is baby tomatoes. We have them coming out of our ears! My favorite afternoon snack is to slice them in half with a drizzle of olive oil, a sprinkle of sea salt, and a few basil leaves from the garden. I eat that almost every day.

I don’t want any tomatoes to go to waste so we’ve given some to friends, made tomato sauce, a tomato pie, and countless salads. Then we had the brilliant idea to whip up Bloody Mary’s over the weekend and they were AH-maz-ing. I’m not a big day drinker (not a fan of evening hangovers) so I just had a virgin which was so so so good.

We were able to garnish with tomatoes from the garden and flavor them with fresh dill from our herb section. We also used the tiny cucumbers Anel grows for garnish. You can see one on the top of the left skewer in the photo. It’s so tiny and cute! The garnish of a Bloody Mary is half the fun, right?

This is the Bloody Mary recipe we loosely follow with some tweaks below. It’s absolutely delicious. Serves 4.


  • 2 cups tomato juice
  • 1/2 cup dill pickle juice (yep. So delish)
  • 4 sprigs of fresh dill
  • ¼ cup fresh lemon juice
  • 2 tsp horseradish
  • 1 Tbspn hot sauce (I skip this in mine)
  • 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 1 cups vodka
  • 4 small stalks (for serving)
  • lemon wedges (for serving)

Combine tomato juice, pickle juice, lemon juice, horseradish, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, salt, and pepper in a large pitcher. Cover and chill at least an hour.

Just before serving, stir vodka into tomato base and pour into tall ice-filled glasses. Garnish each with a celery stalk and a skewer with any salty/pickled veggies.

Let me know what else I should do with our ever-growing collection of baby tomatoes!

Easy Bloody Mary Recipes

Whether you’re celebrating the Bloody Mary’s 100th birthday or simply the start of a weekend brunch, these versions of the classic cocktail are worthy of your next toast.

Using AMASS Botanic Vodka—which is distilled with organic chamomile flowers, lemon zest and marigold—this Bloody Mary is a bright addition to brunch.

• 2 oz. AMASS Botanic Vodka
• 3 oz. tomato juice
• 2 tsp. lemon juice
• 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce
• 2 tsp. olive brine
• 1-2 tsp. horseradish (optional)
• 5 dashes of Tabasco (optional)
• Pinch of celery salt, garlic powder and black pepper

Garnish: Tabasco, carrot peel, banana pepper, cocktail onion, Castelvetrano olives and a celery stick with celery salt and Tajin. Rim a highball glass with Tabasco, celery salt and Tajin. Combine all ingredients but vodka in a mixing glass. Fill rimmed glass with ice, then add vodka and top with Bloody Mary mix. Stir and garnish.

This specialty cocktail from the Camelback Inn Resort & Spa in Arizona has a kick: It’s made with a locally produced horseradish vodka.

• 1.5 oz. Arcadia Horseradish Vodka
• Camelback Bloody Mix
• 1 lb. heirloom tomatoes
• 1.5 jalapeño peppers
• ⅛ cup sliced red onion
• ⅛ cup chopped red onion
• ⅛ cup chopped white onion
• 1 clove garlic
• 5 sprigs chopped cilantro
• Salt, black pepper and white pepper

Grill heirloom tomatoes and jalapeños. Let stand while sautéing the sliced red onion and garlic until soft. When cool, add all four with seasonings to a food processor and puree. Add diced onions and cilantro. Mix equal parts of the heirloom tomato puree and Bloody Mary mix.

Rub lime wedge on rim of glass, dip into Tajin and fill with ice. Add vodka and top with Camelback Bloody Mix. Stir and garnish with grilled heirloom tomato and jalapeño.

This Bloody Mary verges on a seafood cocktail and is best enjoyed poolside at the Grand Velas Riviera Maya resort in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.

The Clear Bloody Mary: The Drink You Need to Try This Summer

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"Ghost of Mary" Photo: Courtesy of Hilton Austin / Cannon + Belle

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A Bloody Mary done right is, no doubt, a weekend afternoon cocktail to imbibe—also a solid hangover cure. But let’s face it, it’s not an all-day sipping kind of drink. While there’s no denying our love for a mouthwatering, salty, house-made tomato mix during brunch, it proves challenging to throw more than a couple back (and we mean this in the most delectable way possible).

Fans of the famed spiked tomato juice cocktail will be thrilled to know there’s a new, inventive version in town. And it’s perfect for summer, tasting more like a vine-ripened tomato freshly picked from the garden. Cannon + Belle, a hip eatery and bar located inside Texas’s Hilton Austin, created a clear version that’s much easier to drink—aptly named Ghost of Mary. At first glimpse, thoughts of how this could possibly be a replacement for the beloved bright red beverage run through your head. One sip in and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. The key ingredient? Tomato water—technically speaking, consommé. Vibrant and refreshing, it will make you fall in love with the rich, salty, nutritious beverage all over again.

“The inspiration for the drink came from the tomato consommé that is served with our seed-crusted snapper dish on the Cannon + Belle menu,” says Yesica Arredondo, the restaurant’s chef de cuisine. It was such an unforgettable taste, the eatery decided to create an “interesting twist to a classic cocktail”—and definitely our favorite new way to enjoy the celebrated beverage.

Tomato water also makes it sound a lot healthier, no? House-made consommé is created via a boiling and straining process. Local tomatoes and herbs along with seasonings are filtered several times to create a clear tomato water. “It just begs for vodka and garnishes,” Arredondo says. “The consommé has herbal notes often lost in a traditional Bloody Mary.” Thus making it a stellar alternative to try when the temperatures start to rise.

The most obvious difference, she relays, is the color—clear versus red. “It’s also not thick like a traditional tomato juice and comes across as bright and herbal,” adds Arredondo. The spices and other ingredients are forward on the palate. “The consommé packs a better flavor punch but is much lighter—with our filtration process, it is also much easier to drink and less filling,” she says. For those who prefer to kick it up a spicy notch, Cannon + Belle tops off the Ghost of Mary with habañero bacon and pickled vegetables. “It adds a little spice to the drink if it sits in the drink for a while—but not enough to affect the flavors,” she explains.

If you’re not able to jet over to Austin to check it out firsthand, we’ve scored Cannon + Belle’s coveted recipe so you can re-create what’s sure to be summer’s most memorable cocktail at home.

Ghost of Mary1.5 oz. vodka (Cannon + Belle uses local Dripping Springs Vodka) 4 oz. tomato consommé (see recipe below) Several turns of fresh ground pepper 1 to 2 dashes Tabasco

Shake with ice and strain into a Collins glass over fresh ice. Garnish with habañero bacon and pickled vegetables.

Ghost of Mary Consommé4 cloves garlic 1/4 white onion, minced 1 T cumin oil 1 red bell pepper, minced 6 Roma tomatoes, diced 1/4 cup pink peppercorns 2 tsp. celery salt 2 tsp. smoked salt Dash of Old Bay seasoning 3 celery sticks, chopped 3 jalapeños, chopped 1 lemon Parsley (to taste) Thyme (to taste) 3/4 cup white wine vinegar

Combine all ingredients with water and bring to a boil. Add in seasoning and herbs, and reduce to a simmer for approximately 15 minutes. Run liquid through filter three times to remove all pulp and seasoning—leaving behind a clear consommé.

Bloody Mary Rim Salt

In a small bowl, whisk together kosher salt, celery salt, cumin, granulated garlic, smoked paprika, black pepper, mustard powder, and powdered ginger. Store in a jar or container with a tight lid.

To rim your glass when making bloody marys, place rim salt on a small plate. Rub the cut edge of a lemon wedge around the rim of a glass to moisten. Dip rim into the salt. Fill glass with your favorite bloody mary. Enjoy!

A bloody mary, properly loaded with all good things pickled, spiced, crunchy, and irresistibly munchy, is more than just a drink to me. It&rsquos a work of art. And because I don&rsquot indulge in one very often, I consider this mini-meal-in-a-glass a special treat that deserves my full attention.

There are a zillion ways to personalize a bloody mary (check out Heather&rsquos beeeautiful Chipotle Bloody Marys), from the tomato-based mix to the cornucopia of garnishes (my Pickled Peppered Asparagus is a must around here).

But I&rsquom here to talk about the rim. Because I believe that every blood mary deserves that extra layer of flavor and pretty texture. And because I&rsquom a sucker for details, which is both a blessing and a curse. I&rsquom pretty sure, though, that once you&rsquove enjoyed this famous brunch cocktail with Bloody Mary Rim Salt, you&rsquoll agree that little details can definitely be worth pursuing.

A bloody mary rim salt mixture starts with a good amount of coarse salt. And from there, the options are almost endless. The combination I&rsquom sharing here offers great flavor, texture, and color, a great all-around tasty crowd pleaser.

Besides the coarse salt in this mix, you&rsquoll find:

  • celery salt
  • cumin
  • granulated garlic
  • smoked paprika
  • black pepper
  • dry mustard powder
  • dry powdered ginger

The first five ingredients in this list are non-negotiable for me in rim salt. I don&rsquot use celery salt very often, but it&rsquos a must in this recipe. Cumin and black pepper are my top-used spices. Garlic is totally necessary. And smoked paprika is just plain awesome. I added a bit of mustard powder and powdered ginger to give the mix some depth and a hint of &ldquowhat is that lovely flavor?&rdquo.

I&rsquove listed exact quantities for each spice in my recipe, but please know that I will not be one bit offended if you make adaptations. You SHOULD, in fact. Personalize the rim salt to a mixture that is all about you and your utmost enjoyment.

I have a friend who likes to add a hint of wasabi powder to the rim salt. Which makes total sense, given a hot and spicy bloody mary usually has some fresh horseradish grated into it. And when she&rsquos feeling rebellious, she&rsquoll even add some pulverized Thai dried shrimp. I think I need to go to her home for brunch one day!

Another friend simply mixes coarse salt with Old Bay Seasoning for her bloody mary rim salt, a super quick and easy way to elevate her bloody mary.

Here are some other spices that would be great to play around with:

  • chipotle powder
  • cayenne pepper
  • ancho chili powder
  • cinnamon
  • nutmeg
  • sweet paprika
  • lemon pepper
  • any variety of smoked salts

Even a touch of dried ground herbs would be lovely. Think sweet basil, Thai basil, dill, rosemary, and thyme.

If you have a favorite ingredient to add to bloody mary rim salt, I want to hear from you!

Coat the rim of a pint glass with creole seasoning. Fill with ice.

Combine all remaining ingredients except garnishes in a cocktail shaker filled with ice.

Roll the ingredients back and forth into another shaker 3 times, and then strain into the rimmed glass of ice.

Garnish as desired. If you like extra seasoning, top off the drink with a pinch of freshly ground pepper and coarse salt.

*Author Bartels likes to add two shakes of Tabasco for a double dose of Louisiana heat.
**At the restaurant, bartenders skewer garnishes on a piece of sugarcane. At home, a cocktail pick will do.

Recipe from Commander’s Palace in New Orleans. Excerpted from The Bloody Mary by Brian Bartels

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