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Roman Bloody Mary Mix

Roman Bloody Mary Mix


Sometimes there’s a fine line between genius and insanity, and celebrity chef Chris Cosentino walks that fine line with his Roman Mary. This mix is the base for Chris Cosentino's famed Bloody Mary verison.

Ingredients

3 lb Heirloom tomatoes, cored and chopped coarsely

1 tbsp Salt-packed capers, rinsed and chopped

2 Red Fresno chilies, seeded and chopped

1 Shallot, finely diced

2 tbsp Chopped pickled peppers (preferably Mama Lil’s)

2 tsp Asian fish sauce (preferably Red Boat)

1 tsp Cabernet vinegar

1 tsp Ground Aleppo pepper

Kosher salt

Freshly ground black pepper

1 tbsp Chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley

Directions

Pass the tomatoes through a food mill set over a bowl and fitted with the fine grinding wheel. Add the capers, chilies, shallot, peppers, fish sauce, vinegar, and Aleppo pepper, and stir well. Season to taste with salt and pepper and stir in the parsley.


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Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

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Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

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Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

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Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

You can skip the lines and high prices but keep the breakfast booze flowing by throwing your own alcohol-infused brunch. To kick off your early-morning weekend revelry, here are some of the best brunch cocktails to whip up.


The Best Cocktails To Whip Up For Brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

You can skip the lines and high prices but keep the breakfast booze flowing by throwing your own alcohol-infused brunch. To kick off your early-morning weekend revelry, here are some of the best brunch cocktails to whip up.


The Best Cocktails To Whip Up For Brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

You can skip the lines and high prices but keep the breakfast booze flowing by throwing your own alcohol-infused brunch. To kick off your early-morning weekend revelry, here are some of the best brunch cocktails to whip up.


The Best Cocktails To Whip Up For Brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

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The Best Cocktails To Whip Up For Brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

You can skip the lines and high prices but keep the breakfast booze flowing by throwing your own alcohol-infused brunch. To kick off your early-morning weekend revelry, here are some of the best brunch cocktails to whip up.


The Best Cocktails To Whip Up For Brunch

Although drinking booze in the morning was commonplace for much of history, today there are lamentably few situations where it's socially acceptable to drink before noon. There's layovers at the airport. There's tailgating events. But above all else, there's brunch — that magical weekend rite when conventional society is permitted — nay, encouraged — to guzzle as many bottomless mimosas as possible before the 3 p.m. cut off.

The weekend rite of boozy brunches has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. The brunch tradition began in the U.S. in Chicago and took a hard turn during prohibition, when brunchers discovered tomato and orange juice made the ideal disguise for vodka and other prohibited spirits. Fast-forward to present day: a golden age of booze and brunch, when establishments from New York City to San Francisco dole out all-you-can-drink-before-3 p.m.-or-you puke-whichever-comes-first-bloody-marys-and-mimosas and craft inventive breakfast drink menus for long lines of credit card-wielding diners.

You can skip the lines and high prices but keep the breakfast booze flowing by throwing your own alcohol-infused brunch. To kick off your early-morning weekend revelry, here are some of the best brunch cocktails to whip up.


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