Our current view... It’s Caesar Sunday! If you’re in Canada, you know what that means - but for everyone else, just think of it as the best day of the week. 😉
The Caesar was invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restauranteur Walter Chell. It’s similar to a Bloody Mary, with one important difference - it includes clam broth! For people outside Canada that might sound odd, but it’s not. Take one sip and you’ll realize it’s a perfect drink. The clam juice makes it much lighter than it’s Bloody Mary cousin making it even more similar to a Michelada. Caesars are loved across Canada and on Sundays you’ll find Caesar bars set up at pubs and brunch hot spots across the country offering bacon, pickled beans, celery, hot sauce, and more just waiting for clients to make their own concoction. We like ours classic, extra spicy! 🌶
Canadian Chef Claire Tansey, who you can Skype into your home for a private cooking class to learn all about Canadian cuisine, makes a pretty good one herself!