World’s Greatest Father’s Day Caesar

My favourite part about Caesars? You can make them a meal. My favourite part about cooking for my father? He’ll eat anything you give him. Seriously, he made me a peanut butter and salsa sandwich one time. So to show my dad that he is the World’s Greatest Father, I made him the World’s Greatest Caesar (couldn’t find a #1 Dad trophy this year).

So to make the ultimate Caesar, it boils down to the rimmer and the topping. There is a million variations on a classic Caesar. Working at a bar where hangover Sunday Caesars was a specialty, I came to be very familiar with many of them. For this Father’s Day Caesar, I decided to challenge my main men against each other (Jose, Beefeater, and Vods) to see what truly makes the ultimate Caesar (realistically, there was only 1 shot of each left).

All my main men


Rimma rimma

2 tbsp sea salt
1 tbsp garlic powder
2 tsp cracked pepper
1 tsp chilli powder
1 tsp cayenne pepper
1 lime


Alcohol of your choice (vodka or gin works best)
Salt and pepper
Variations: pickle juice, horseradish, seafood sauce, beef broth

Ultimate garnish skewer

Garnish (whatever you fancy really…)

Pickle, quartered
Pepperette, in thirds
Extreme Bean, whole
Chedder cheese, cubed
Lemon & Lime slices

1. Combine all the dry Rimmer ingredients and mix together. Take slice lime and pinch around outside rim of the glass, wetting the top. Roll the wet rim in the mixed dry ingredients

2. Nearly fill the glass with ice

3. Add a shot (or two) of your alcohol of choice

4. Add 4 dabs tabasco, 4 dabs Worshteirjskdnskd…

5. Fill the glass with Clamato

6. Top off with the prepared garnish, and salt and pepper

Ready to be guzzled


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