To make the best Sunday morning Bloody Mary, bartenders will run a lime around the rim of the glass, then dip the glass into a plate of Bloody Mary Mate, and then sprinkle a generous amount into the drink itself. It works just as well on Virgin Marys, tomato juice and tomato soup. It’s adds a kick to prime rib, and it perfectly complements sautéed vegetable medleys. Blended in small batches from Kosher flake salt, ground celery seed, sugar, Tellicherry black pepper, toasted onion powder, shallots, arrowroot, garlic and ground green peppercorns. This blend was previously called 'Wauwatosa Village Seasoning.'