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    Bloodthirsty Marys


    1 Celery stalks
    1 Lemon, Juice of
    1 Scallions


    3 tbsp Horseradish, prepared
    1 Hot sauce
    2 tbsp Soy sauce
    2 tsp Worcestershire sauce

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 tsp Pepper, freshly ground


    3 cups Tomato juice

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    1/2 cup Vodka
    • Carol Matuszak

      Bloodthirsty Marys...from Martha Stewart recipes....for a Halloween party!!

    • Xin Kuan

      Bloodthirsty Marys (Halloween Drinks Recipes Ideas)

    • Berenice Mordan

      This is for Jan: Bloodthirsty Marys Recipe - tomato juice, horseradish, vodka, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, lemon, ground pepper, hot sauce, celery stalks and scallions for garnish. (I leave out the soy sauce and add celery seed or celery salt.)

    • The Jetstream

      Bloodthirsty Marys Recipe for #Halloween - via @Martha Stewart Living Not your average bloody mary. #Beverage

    • Cecille

      HALLOWEEN COCKTAILS AND DRINK RECIPES: Bloodthirsty Marys| Martha Stewart

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