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Default Martini Olives

On Thu, 05 Aug 2010 06:24:30 GMT, Wayne Boatwright

Picked up a 2-pack of gigantic firm pimiento-stuffed spanish olives
at Costco.

Drained the brine from both jars and reserved.

Removed enough olives to make room for 2 large sliced fresh jalopeños
(with seeds)and 5 peeled garlic cloves in each jar.

Mixed the sliced peppers and garlic cloves througout the olives in
the jars.

Made enough mixture of 7:1 gin and vermouth to fill both jars, then
refrigerated for two weeks.

What time are cocktails? I'll bring some nuts and cheese straws.
Make mine extra cold, please.


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