It’s a rainy day on the hook with a cabin full of bored pirates. You can start those filter cleaning projects. Or organize your bungee cords. Or you can just throw the whole day away and break out a deck of cards and the Bloody Marys. Let’s go with the latter.
Here are the ingredients for Galley Pirate K’s Bloody Mary:
Here are the ingredients for Galley Pirate C’s Bloody Mary:
Virgin Bloody Marys are just as tasty as a traditional Bloody Mary, and preferred out at sea. But if you’re on the hook or at the dock and want to add a little spice to the day, a Pirate’s Bloody Mary is the sure-fire way to do it.
4 ounces tomato juice or V8
2 ounces Vodka
1 tablespoon horseradish
2 teaspoons Old Bay Seasoning
2 drops of Ghost Peppers
Celery stalk and lime wedge for garnish
Today I’m making drinks for the skipper and me.
Fill two tall glasses with ice. If you don’t have any ice, go find a power boater. They always have ice. Pour in the tomato Juice. Top with a spoonful of horseradish, the Old Bay Seasoning and a drop or two of Ghost Peppers. Give it a stir with a stalk of celery. Add the vodka. And another stir.
Add a lime wedge and PRESTO you have a a tasty drink that has far more vitamins than…say…beer. Enjoy your day!