To begin our fantastic voyage for the first Bloody Mary, let’s keep it simple. This recipe celebrates the tomato juice cocktail and how vodka decided to crash the party.
This peanut butter and jelly Bloody Mary is the most creative Bloody Mary recipe we’ve seen. Brian Bartels assures us all the ingredients play nice with one another. It’s a must-try. Classic lunch meets classic brunch.
We decided we need to try this.
We can’t think of a better garnish (or munchie) to go along with Brian Bartles’ PB&J & Mary, can you?
Good on their own, but excellent together: Alabama barbecue and a beautiful, kicked-up bloody Mary.