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  1. Bloody Marys are my other favorite cocktail. And I’m having a tomato party soon (hopefully my friends are not sick of tomatoes), where these will be prominently featured. I’d never thought to make the mix myself.

  2. Meg Rosenberg

    I made Tomato Water as part of recipe testing for editor’s picks (Condiments) on food52.
    The tomato water would make an easy base for a bloody mary, I think. Check it out on food52.

  3. @Kimberley, I have still have not had that Pims’s cup! Homemade Bloody Mary’s are the best since you can make them exactly the way you like.

    @Meg, Yum–I had a (um, two actually) tomato water Bloody Mary at Blue Hill a couple years ago and it was amazing. I love how tomato water seems so impossibly tomato-y.

  4. Dottie Wyatt

    Wow, that really is homemade! I love Bloody Marys and I really am going to this recipe as soon as I have ripe tomatoes from my little garden!

  5. My all-time favorite drink. I’ve been known to order bloody mary’s well-past the 2pm brunch cut off…

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  2. [...] other tomato-y recipes, try canned crushed tomatoes, tomato and cherry panzanella, homemade bloody Marys, roasted tomato salsa, or gazpacho. And speaking of simple summer dishes, over on Babble.com, [...]

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