October 12, 2006

Bacon Martini, in the Flesh (Get It?)

Bacon Martini in the FleshHot on the heels of the carnivore cocktails we told you about last week, here's a recipe for a bacon martini you can make for yourself. We especially like the part about rimming the cocktail glass with bacon grease and skimming excess fat from the top of the cocktail before you serve it.

Kind of smacks of a joke recipe, but you can be there will be some interns here with greasy lips and hardening arteries by the end of the day. Maybe we should serve our martinis with an extra garnish of cholesterol medication?

Lightly mist martini glass with vermouth, and rim the edge with bacon grease. In a cocktail shaker, mix 3oz vodka, one dash tobasco, and one dash olive juice. Shake well and strain into cocktail glass. Skim excess bacon grease from surface of cocktail. Garnish with one slice of bacon.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 12, 2006 1:50 PM
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Yum Yum....sounds like a "camp drink"

Posted by: Joel at September 19, 2007 10:27 AM
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