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- n. A cocktail made from clamato (clam-tomato juice), vodka, and often garnished with celery.
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The other day I did an episode on Caesar with a side-track into the drink Bloody Caesar, which is like a Bloody Mary so I guess there is precedent for talk about spicy drinks.
Homes; Baguettes, Pâté at Parties Andre LeBel knew he had come home when he walked into a bar in St. Petersburg, Fla., ordered a Bloody Caesar and the bartender made it without cocking an eyebrow.
Sunday brunch is a smorgasbord of seasonal fresh produce and bacon-wrapped anything, and is typically accompanied by a pitcher of Bloody Caesar.
Writers Union of Canada and in the audio version of podictionary gives as his favorite words as He then proceeds to give a recipe for the mostly Canadian drink Bloody Caesar and encourages us to drink them for breakfast.