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We found a nice variant of this drink in Emo, Ontario, Canada - Rim the glass with a 50/50 mix of BBQ chicken spice and HY's Seasoning salt. Instead of celery, slice a pickle 3/4 of the way lengthwise and stick it on the rim. Awesome !!! We also prefer to use Jalapeno Tabasco (green) instead of the regular.
Posted by Anonymous 2005-12-29 00:00:00

This past weekend was at the Westin Hotel in Calgary and in particular the Owl's Nest Bar (now called ON). The secret to the original caesar, as told by the bar staff, is no tabasco but lots of worchester.
Posted by Anonymous 2005-10-04 00:00:00

The Ceasar was originated in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, where I sort of hail from. Originally from Scotland. If that really matters. You have the recipee almost correct. I am going to add a suggestion if I may. The original Ceasar is much like you put it, but here is the the original recipee. Rim the glass with Lime Juice (Realime) Dip into celery salt not regular salt. Add cubed ice. Add the worcestershire sauce and tobasco, with just a little salt & pepper. Add the vodka, a good slice of lime (squeezed into the drink first)then the clamato Juice (MOTTS). Add a good crisp celery stick and enjoy the Calgary way. Other options instead of a celery stick is pickeled asparagus or cucumber wedges, even a yellow pepper. Regards Jackie
Posted by Anonymous 2004-04-08 00:00:00

Instead of celery, the caesar is also good with coctail onions!
Posted by Anonymous 2003-12-14 00:00:00

Had this drink for the first time in Canada. Made the mistake of asking for a Bloody Mary. It's absolutely delicious. I'm not a clam eater, but the Clamato really makes the difference!!!
Posted by Anonymous 2003-11-29 00:00:00
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