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Fifteen of the city’s most insane caesars

Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
(Image: Caroline Aksich)

Every good Canadian worth his or her celery salt knows that the sodium-packed caesar is our national cocktail, and this year the Bloody Mary’s clammy cousin turns 46. While it may have been born in Calgary, the drink is being perfected right here in Hogtown: Tabasco is swapped out for homemade hot sauces, and crushed tortillas, powdered seaweed and candied bacon rim our mugs. Maybe the caesar is having its mid-life crisis, but if that means topping one with fried chicken or an entire Peking duck, then it’s something we can definitely get behind. Here, 15 of the city’s caesars, ranked from traditional to over-the-top.

Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
(Image: Caroline Aksich)
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars
Fifteen of the city's most insane caesars

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