We have a theory that in every situation where you’d normally use red sauce, vodka sauce would objectively be the better choice. Think about it. For simmering meatballs. As a dip for garlic knots. A penne’s best friend for life. To further test this, you could grab a pink sauced pizza from Blotto, a Thursday pop-up operating out of a window in the back of the Broadway Alley. With a crunchy and chewy charred crust, fragrant basil, and plenty of salty mozzarella, this is already a stellar pizza. But their amazing vodka sauce with just a hint of cream and heat completely seals the deal. And, successfully proves our theory.
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