When I hear the words “Sunday brunch,” I instantly think of tables full of friends laughing and playing catch-up over all the best Hallmarks of brunching: hot coffee, eggs, French toast, pancakes, potatoes, fresh fruit, biscuits with butter and jam, and of course, bloody mary’s and mimosas! These two bevs are just a part of the deal and so synonymous with what brunch culture is all about.
Another fun thing to do? Brunching at home! This Spicy Bloody Mary recipe brings this trademark brunch bevvy right into your own kitchen, thanks to delicious Ordinary Mary Bloody Mary Mix made with farm-raised tomatoes and smoky, spicy Big Sur Elote Salt. With just a few additional ingredients, you simply add ice and vodka (or don’t!) and you’re good to go. Make just one, or prepare an entire pitcher for company.
- Celery stalk
- Lime wedge
- Pimento stuffed Manzanilla olive
Add juice of ½ lime to a shallow rimmed dish. Pour Big Sur Outlaw Salt into a second shallow rimmed dish. Dip rim of glass in lime juice, and then in salt to coat.
Add ⅓ cup ice, vodka, hot sauce, sea salt, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and Ordinary Mary Bloody Mary Mix to the glass. Add celery stalk and stir to combine. Garnish with skewered lime wedge, Manzanilla olive, cocktail onion, and cornichon. Serve immediately.