$2 OFF coupon on 4oz Bags & Shakers

Here’s you chance to take advantage of our HOT October deal of dry spice blend of authentic 1940s Lucille’s Bloody Mary MIx before the deal goes away! Now until October 31st we are offering a $2 off coupon on any Lucille’s Bloody Mary mix flavor of 4oz resealable bags or shakers! Flavors include our San Francisco Mild, New Orleans Nippy and Cajun Hot.

With the holidays quickly approaching it’s better to be prepared. Our 4oz resealable bags and shakers make the perfect gift for those hard to buy for people on your list, your favorite foodies and of course Bloody Mary lovers!

 

During checkout enter Coupon code “$2 off coupon“.  Offer expires 10/31/14

*online only

 

Cheers!

 

4oz shaker & resealable bag

San Francisco Mild great chicken & pork marnidate

Hi Rose Marie and Gary!!

Just want to tell you how much I enjoy using Lucille’s Bloody Mary Mix (San Francisco Mild) as a marinade for chicken and pork tenderloin. I mix it with olive oil and marinate the meat for 3 to 4 hours before grilling it. It is absolutely delicious!!! Thank you for suggesting using it as a marinade. I never would have thought of doing it.

Chicken Marinating

Darlene Kelly

Jeff Aspero – Assistant Chef at Payard Patisserie & Bistro – Caesars Palace Las Vegas

RoseMarie,

OMG!!! Great product. Lucille’s Cajun Hot Bloody Mary Mix makes a tasty spicy Bloody Mary + great oyster shooters, working on a recipe to use Lucille’s New Orleans Bloody Mary Mix to season fried Oyster, Clam and Shrimp Po-Boys and the Lucille’s San Francisco Bloody Mary Mix dry spices I’m trying two items first season oyster crackers to go with clam chowder in a bread bowl, and see how it mixes into my sour dough starter to make my bread bowls.

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Thanks,
Jeff Aspero
Assistant Chef
Payard Patisserie & Bistro – Caesars Palace
Las Vegas NV

Ernie’s chef opening own restaurant in Stockton

Michael Midgley will be opening Midgley’s Public House in November, according to a statement released by Lincoln Center.

Midgley a Stockton native and his “bloody heirloom” (using LUCILLES BLOODY MARY MIX) are also entered in the CHOPPED Best Bloody Mary Brunch contest. To vote visit www.nycwffbestbloodymar.org. Voting ends August 31st.

Manteca bulletin says:
Midgley stays true to his roots with his Bloody Heirloom, which includes two parts heirloom tomato consommé; one part Absolut Peppar; half part red wine veal demi; half part Lucille’s Bloody Mary mix; and a squeeze of line.

The ingredients are poured into a shaker – “… and shake, baby,” Midgley said – strained and served in a chilled martini glass. The drink is garnished with a bamboo pick, banana pepper, cocktail onion, lime wedge and olive.

For the full article visit http://www.mantecabulletin.com/m/section/1/article/113234/

Help us by voting for the bloody heirloom! Cheers!

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