As might be inferred or guessed from a previous post, I’m a fan of Bloody Marys. I mean, not only are Bloody Marys and their many variants great drinks in and of themselves, especially in the late morning hours, but they’re very often the one drink that eats like a meal. 😉
I mean, think about it. Isn’t so much easier to order a Bloody Mary as brunch than to order a drink and have to figure out what food you’re going to eat?
Tequila, a long-time favorite, and a liquor that has increasingly taken the world by storm; some say too much so due to our now drinking more tequila worldwide than Mexico can make. It’s one of my personal favorites and this could easily become my favorite way to partake.
I think that just about everyone who knows me knows that I’m very much not a follower of the weight-loss and fashion cartels religion of “American Obesity” and that I have exactly zero issues with the normative American trend of large and luxurious meal servings. Still, some things that I find manage to strike even me oddly, as if some restaurants have chosen to attempt to prove that Reductio ad Absurdum isn’t a fallacy after all.
And yes, I also know that creative garnishes on Bloody Marys is a thing, a meme or trope even, and a way for venues to differentiate themselves from their competition. But let’s actually list what this particular Bloody Mary is “garnished” with:
Lemon & Lime
This is most assuredly the drink that eats like a meal. 😉 And indeed, it looks like a quite tasty and satisfying brunch, lunch, or after work snack. The only thing that makes me twitch – beyond the extremity of it – is that most Americans are conditioned to not “drink their meals” and would be compelled to order and eat a “normal” meal with it.