At The Hungry Cat Restaurant in Southern California, Bloody Marys are a popular cocktail. Here, chef/owner Suzanne Goin shares the recipe. When vine-ripened tomatoes are at their peak in summer, prepare the roasted tomato juice. Otherwise, canned San Marzano tomatoes pureed in a blender are a great substitute. If you can't find Maryland spice mix, use Old Bay seasoning.
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