Imagine having to present your ID to buy a pizza. That may happen at Boston restaurant Salvatore's, which is now serving "21-plus pizza" made with enough alcohol to warrant carding. The first of the batch is known as the Vignola Cherry Pizza, which is made of mozzarella, Gorgonzola, orange blossom honey, prosciutto and Italian cherries soaked in raspberry vodka.
Corporate chef Victor Paone told the Boston Herald that the pizza came about after attempts to create a cherry pizza. Initially, the cherries were too tough, but soaking them in liquor re-hydrated them. The results were amazing, but the alcohol content was so high that they had to make it for patrons 21 and over.
[via The Huffington Post]