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 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.
It’s the perfect garnish for Chris Lily’s Barbecue Bloody Mary, but really, this grill-marked trio makes an awesome garnish for any Bloody Mary recipe.
With its hearty beans, this casserole is a filling vegetarian main dish. But if you want to make it even heartier for non-vegetarians, add cooked diced chicken or pork — or cooked ground beef.