Hair of the Dog: How to Make a Bloody Mary at Home

No brunch is complete without a Bloody Mary. The spicy, liberally garnished cocktail is a Sunday staple for good reason: It's satisfyingly filling, entertaining to consume, and it's a delicious hair-of-the-dog cure. And while the brunch go-to is a standard at most restaurants, it can also be easily enjoyed at home. If you're staying in this weekend, upgrade your at-home brunching experience by whipping up your own take on the classic drink. Wondering how to make a Bloody Mary? All you need is a handful of easy-to-find ingredients and toppings that suit your desires, and then you'll be on your way to customizing your own cocktail—the options are endless. We've rounded up three examples to get you started: A classic recipe, a spicier iteration that kicks it up a notch, and a brunch-friendly breakdown of how to set up a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar.

Below are three delicious takes on how to make a Bloody Mary at home.

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