Mirchi Mary
Behind the bar at New York City’s Michelin-starred Junoon, mixologist Hemant Pathak works to complement the kitchen’s ambitious progressive Indian cuisine with equally exuberant cocktails that incorporate many of the same herbs and spices. This vibrant take on the bloody mary adds South Asian flair to the cocktail staple.This recipe is courtesy of Hemant Pathak, the mixologist of Junoon restaurant. To watch a video of Pathak making three cocktails including the Mirchi Mary, click here.
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When it's time for an eye-opener, few cocktails do the job better than a bloody mary. This is the classic, old-fashioned version of the recipe, with no crazy bells and whistles, and it's pretty much perfect. 
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Mug Meatloaf
Meatloaf in the microwave?! We know it sounds strange, but this meatloaf in a mug will satisfy those comfort food cravings, and can be made in less than 10 minutes.
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What better time is there to enjoy Jägermeister than first thing in the morning? You read that right — the Jäger mary makes it possible.This recipe is courtesy of thirstynyc.com. 
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Located in the heart of the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego, Calif., The Commons Bar has established itself as the ultimate weekend brunch hot spot. They're known for their signature brunch menu and delicious Bloody Marys, recipe below, which are served in mason jars and garnished with a medley of toppings from olives and limes to jumbo shrimp. The Commons is the perfect place to celebrate National Bloody Mary Day.
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Cauterize your hangover with the help of this take on the Virgin Mary mocktail: our version normalizes blood sugar and electrolytes. Read more about 8 Doctor-Approved Hangover Remedies That Really Work.
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Bacon Bloody Mary
Why stick with regular old vodka and tomato juice, when you can have your favorite brunch drink with bacon, too? This twist on the classic cocktail is served at 3rd & Ferry Fish Market in Easton, Pennsylvania.This recipe was originally published in The Morning Call.
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Meatloaf recipe
The phrase "Ma! The meatloaf!" will be thrown around in all seriousness in your household after you make this unlikely dinner hero. This recipe was developed in the Quaker kitchens in the '50s, and, according to the brand, remains one of their 'most requested' recipes. Says Quaker: "Using oats in place of bread crumbs gives this meatloaf a moist texture and adds a nutrition boost of B vitamins, protein, and fiber. Warm and deliciously hearty, this is a recipe your whole family will love!"Recipe courtesy of Quaker Oats.21 Timeless Midwestern Recipes 
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Enjoy seaside dining at its best. There are many Laguna Beach, Calif., restaurants to choose from, but Splashes serves up fresh seaside cuisine for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With the sea just 25 feet below, guests can dine watching the waves roll in — whether it's inside by an open window or on one of the palm-shaded patios. The ocean views are not the only thing to savor, as each dish the culinary teams prepares is driven by fresh, local, and simply delicious ingredients. During brunch Splashes serves their signature Bloody Mary, the Sol Mary, made with house vodka, house-made yellow tomato blend, cucumber, and horseradish.  
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Virgin Bloody Mary
Serve a virgin Bloody Mary by adding celery salt, crushed red pepper and Tabasco sauce to some tomato juice.This recipe is courtesy of Paige Flamm, The Happy Flammily.
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When I lived in Maryland, I found that true Baltimoreans believed that everything — crab, fries, chips, pizza, onion rings, cauliflower, macaroni and cheese — is better with Old Bay. I didn’t live there long enough to go that level of Old Bay native, but I do think that Bloody Marys were given an extra special boost with this Inner Harbor staple. Read more about the Best Bloody Mary. 
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bloody mary
Start things off right with a Hopped-Up Mary; this extra-tart Bloody is drinkable all day long, but should be perfect for an evening of football drinking as well.
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