The wicked combination of garlic, tomatoes and vodka makes for a punchy brunch cocktail or “hair-of-the-dog” concoction. Natasha Edwards, author of The Goodness of Garlic, says this bloody mary recipe is perhaps not the healthiest way to consume your daily dose of garlic, but it’s definitely a fun means of testing the wonder allium’s reputation as a hangover cure. Alternatively, omit the vodka and drink your garlic bloody mary without the boozy bite. Without spirits it’s still a great way to increase your raw garlic intake. Prepare ahead and refrigerate overnight to completely infuse the brew with the spicy, pungent flavors.Note: Allow time for the bloody mary mixture to sit for at least 1 hour, or overnight. Garlic Bloody MaryMalandrinoExcerpted from The Goodness of Garlic: 40 Amazing Immune-boosting Recipes by Natasha Edwards. Published by Kyle Books. All rights reserved.