Monday, July 23, 2007

Caesar Sundays!!

Caesar: the undisputed master of the Roman world. Also...a refreshing, unique tasting beverage.

Created by a Canadian bartender in 1969, Caesars are now Canada's #1 selling cocktail with more than 250 million sold a year in bars alone. Think about how many are consumed in people's back yards through the summer. I know that's what I was sipping on this past Sunday. Do you want to know how to make the ultimate Caesar?
Well here it is...
Classic Caesar Recipe:
What you'll need:
4 oz Clamato* Juice
1.5 oz. vodka
Hot Pepper Sauce
Worcestershire ® Sauce
Lime or lemon wedges
Celery salt
Highball glass

First, rub a lime wedge around the rim of your glass then tip it upside down in a dish which has your celery salt in it. Move the glass around in the celery salt until the rim is covered. Fill your glass about halfway with ice. In your glass mix 1.5 oz vodka, 3 dashes hot pepper sauce, 3 dashes Worcestershire sauce a shake of salt and pepper. Add a pinch of celery salt and top with Clamato juice. Traditionally garnished with a stick of celery, you can use your own creativity to garnish your Caesar. Some popular garnishes are spicy beans, pickle spears, pepperoni sticks, shrimp or chili peppers.


1 comment:


Thank you Angela! I didn't know how to make one - now I do!