This post is sponsored by Wayfair.ca, all opinions are always my own.
Nothing brings a crowd together or starts a party better than Canada’s iconic beverage, The Caesar and this Canada Day, why not wow your guests with the ultimate DIY Caesar Bar?! I love a good Caesar and if you follow me along social media you’ll see at least one posting every couple of weeks as it’s a way I like to start the weekend off too. Plus, it’s really a liquid salad, am I right?! Also, it’s the ultimate way to kick off the summer.
The Ultimate Caesar Bar Tips: Use the best ingredients!
So what do you include in your Caesar? Well, I like to offer guests a variety of tomato juices. I had French’s Caesar which is a little sweeter, Clamato is thinner and tasty and the classic and PC Sriracha Tomato Clam juice offers a nice spice and balanced flavour. Make sure you have lots of ice too.
Seasoning & Garnishes!
Next is the seasoning, I like the Caesar rims that you can buy at any grocery store, the Worcestershire, a fine selection of different hot sauces and garnishes. Oh, the delicious garnishes!
blue cheese stuffed olives
Oh and don’t forget a good Canadian vodka this Canada Day. I love my local from Ontario, crafted vodka distillers, Beattie’s.
Now that you have your DIY Caesar bar down how about some Made in Canada decor that you can easily find on Wayfair.ca! Get your backyard ready with some of these fabulous fun finds to show off your Canadiana, you can find something on their Canada Day Blow Out Sale page. How awesome is this retro cooler? I hope you love this idea. It’s even a great way to have brunch. If you make your own DIY Caesar bar, I hope you’ll tag me and invite me!
The best retro cooler! Perfect for your own DIY Caesar Bar
Now, who wants a Caesar?!
Did you know that the Caesar was created in Calgary in 1969?! Walter Chell from the Calgary Inn was asked to create a signature drink for the Inn’s new Italian Restaurant. Also, did you know that May.18 is National Caesar Day!
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