Use your favorite meatloaf recipe and bring it up a notch by tweaking the recipe with the addition of 1 cup of Lucille's New Orleans Nippy Bloody Mary Mix. Smoke the meatloaf by using Black Cherry wood pellets. The results? The taste? ... Fantastic!!
I often use Lucille's New Orleans Nippy dry Bloody Mary Mix in many of my recipes and the results have never disappointed me cause they always turn out exceptionally delicious!! Next time you want to serve your family and friends a meatloaf that will leave them craving for more then check out this recipe.
Mix all ingredients and form into two 1 pound loaves
Preheat your smoker-grill to 200ºF using Black Cherry wood pellets. Smoke the meatloaves for an hour at 200ºF before bumping the smoker-grill pit temperature to 350ºF. Cook until the internal temperatures of the meatloaves reach 160ºF. Rest the loaves loosely under a foil tent for 15 minutes before serving ... For planning purposes it took about 2¾ hours from start to finish.
"While in Mexico a few years ago, it took my husband, Gary and inventor of Lucille's Bloody Mary Mix about 3 days to find Celery Salt and Worcestershire Sauce to make us Bloody Mary's with. Upon returning home he started ordering different spices to create our 3 flavors of Lucille's Bloody Mary Mix."
Gary’s blend became a favorite of friends and neighbors. He began to package it for others to take home, or on their travels. It went around the world on cars, trains, planes, ships and buses. After hearing his friends say, “You should be selling this mix, it’s so good!” for the umpteenth time, Gary and his wife Rose Marie decided their friends were right. What else would they call it but Lucille’s, in honor of his mother. With that, Lucille’s Bloody Mary Mix was born!
Saturday April 28, 2018 Lucilles Bloody Mary Mix teamed up with Mr. D’s Pizza and Pub for their semi-annual Tour de le Mr. D’s Poker Run. This year’s event made 5 stops at local bars in and around Stockton. The semi-annual poker run is a great event for local businesses and the 80 plus riders who participated.
We started the morning making Bloody Marys for the riders and returned in the afternoon to make Micheladas. We sold out of our pre-made mix of 10 gallons of the New Orleans Nippy.
When the riders returned from the Poker Run a few had some scrapes, bruises, and Sylvano Garcia received several stitches..(side note Sylvano has received treatment, from the Band-Aid Crew 3 out of the 5 runs.) All and all it was an amazing event. I would like to thank Rose Castillo the owner of Mr. D’s for the opportunity to have Lucille’s apart of this event.
Not only does Mr. D’s serve Stocktonians with cold beer and great food they also now serve Lucilles Bloody Mary Mix.
Special thanks to:
Expressions Entertainment; Dj’s Jason Ente and Gary Sison
Serving Lucilles Bloody Mary Mix; Courtney, Ramon, & Nicole,