Forget the breakfast of champions. At De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies in Trenton, N.J., they serve the dinner of such Supreme Court justices as Antonin Scalia and Samuel Alito. Tony Mauro makes a pilgrimage to De Lorenzo's to find out: Would the pizza's crust, or its tomato sauce, yield clues about Alito's approach to the law? If Alito's high court opinions follow his boyhood eating habits, says Mauro, he'll do just enough to decide a case: no more cheese, or rhetoric, than needed.
Alito's Tomato Pie Philosophy
February 2, 2006
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