Watermelon Bloody Marys
This not-just-for-brunch cocktail gets a light sweetness from watermelon juice. Freshly ground celery seeds add complexity, while dashes of Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces give it a kick.
To carve the watermelon, cut off the ends and stand it upright. Using a sharp knife, cut the rind from the flesh, making sure to remove all of the white. For a time-saving trick, puree the watermelon chunks -- seeds and all. Then strain the juice through a fine sieve.