This Dill Pickle Bloody Mary is a perfect accompaniment to any brunch. The secret ingredient? A dill pickled infused vodka.
I host guest posts to introduce you to other food bloggers that I enjoy following. I invite them to answer a few short questions and to share one of their delicious breakfast dishes.
Trish has a beautiful food blog filled with creative, seasonal and fresh foods. You may remember her from when I did a guest post on Rhubarbarians with my Whipped Yogurt and Spiced Berry Compote. Every recipe that Trish posts makes me hungry, and every month, I look forward to her Global Feasts -- a whole feast, made with recipes inspired by a different country. So read on, go ahead and meet Trish, and get ready to get thirsty when you see her Dill Pickle Bloody Mary!
Good Morning Trish!
What's the name of your blog:
Can you please tell us a bit about your blog:
Rhubarbarians is full of fun and exciting seasonal recipes. I love creating unique dishes with local ingredients, and of course, boozy drinks!
What city do you live in?
I am currently in my 9th month of my year long stay in Olympia, WA. In August, I will head back to my stomping grounds, Seattle.
What are three food blogs that you love to read?
Where can we find you on social media:
What Are Mornings On Your Worktop Like?
Do you eat breakfast every morning?
Yes, I do! I eat fruit, yogurt, and granola. With coffee. Errrrrrry morning.
Do you eat breakfast before or after you brush your teeth?
How do you take your coffee (or are you a tea drinker)?
I love both! I prefer just a splash of cream in my coffee, and black tea.
Eggs: how do you like them prepared?
My favorite way is poached or soft boiled.
What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast?
Fruit, yogurt, granola. Lately I've been obsessing over dutch babies though!
It's so great to get to know you! Now, can you please share a recipe with us?
- 4 ounces dill pickle vodka
- 5.5 ounces tomato juice
- 1 teaspoon Tabasco sauce
- 1 teaspoon worcestershire sauce
- 2 teaspoons dill pickle juice
- ⅛ teaspoon salt
- ¼ teaspoon pepper (or more if you prefer)
- dill pickles - for garnish (optional)
- celery stalk - for garnish (optional)
- other vegetables - for garnish (optional)
- Fill a tall glass with ice. Add dill pickle vodka, and next 4 ingredients, through pickle juice. Stir well to combine. Season with salt and pepper using measurements above, or to taste.
- Garnish with dill pickles, a celery stalk, and other veggies.
If you love this Dill Pickle Bloody Mary, also check out Rhubarbarian's Dill Pickle Martini!