Bloody Mary and all her cousins

Bloody Caesar
The current health crisis has most of us staying in our houses significantly more than usual. The side effect of that is I have been finding ways to have “staycations” especially on the weekends. And just like any vacation, having a bloody Mary is an integral part of the experience.
But because I am who I am, simple bloody Marys are not going to cut it, so I looked up several twists on the classic cocktail and here are my favs:
Bloody Caesar (essentially using Clamato instead of Tomato)
Celery Salt (to taste)
Black pepper (to taste)
1-1/2 oz vodka (I like Dripping Springs)
4 oz Clamato juice
2 dashes Worcestershire sauce
2 dashes Tabasco
Horseradish (optional)
In a mixing glass, add all the ingredients and mix well. Coat the rim of your drinking glass with more celery salt and fill with ice. Strain the mixed cocktail into the prepared glass. Garnish however you want.
Bloody Bull 
2 oz vodka
2 oz tomato juice
2 oz prepared beef bouillon
1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
2 dashes Tabasco
Kosher salt (to taste)
Ground black pepper (to taste)
In a mixing glass, add all the ingredients and mix well. Strain the mixed cocktail into the prepared glass. Garnish however you want.
Bloody Maria 
2 oz tequila (I like Dulce Vida)
4 oz tomato juice
1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
4 dashes Worcestershire sauce
2 dashes Tabasco
2 dashes Tapatio hot sauce
1/2 tbsp horseradish (optional)
Celery salt (to taste)
Ground black pepper (to taste)
In a mixing glass, add all the ingredients and mix well. Strain the mixed cocktail into the prepared glass. Garnish however you want.
Red Snapper
Celery Salt (to taste)
Ground black pepper (to taste)
2 oz gin (I like Bombay Sapphire)
4 oz tomato juice
1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
6 dashes Tabasco
4 dashes Worcestershire sauce
In a mixing glass, add all the ingredients and mix well. Coat the rim of your drinking glass with  more celery salt and black pepper and fill with ice. Strain the mixed cocktail into the prepared glass. Garnish however you want.
Use the above recipes as a guide. The bloody Mary and all its cousins can be works of art. Try other ingredients (like Old Bay Seasoning). Try garnishing with bacon or shrimp or just about anything. And have fun!