Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia likes his pizza like his constitution: traditional, just as it was when he was a child.
(Read TIME’s cover story on Justice Scalia.)
The New York-raised son of Sicilian immigrants, Scalia prefers pies from his native city, over long time rival Chicago’s deep dishes.
In an interview focused on his Supreme Court career, Scalia weighed in on New York’s famous flat crusts.
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“I think it is infinitely better than Washington pizza, and infinitely better than Chicago pizza. You know these deep-dish pizzas–it’s not pizza. It’s very good, but … call it tomato pie or something. … I’m a traditionalist, what can I tell you?” (via California Lawyer)