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I'll Have What She's Having
by Denise DiTrani, Deirdre Flanagan Ward

My first visit to Toronto led to many new introductions. I saw the world’s tallest freestanding building and tasted Canada’s #1 drink – the Bloody Caesar! The Canadian version of the Bloody Mary replaces the usual tomato juice with its fishy cousin, Clamato! Celery salted rims are a must.
Denise DiTrani

Recipe: Bloody Caesar

In a tall glass filled with ice, add vodka and fill with juiced up mixture containing: Clamato juice, lemon juice, a few dashes of Worcestershire and Tabasco, salt, pepper, and prepared horseradish to taste.

One taste and you’ll feel like conquering the world!





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