Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has rendered a controversial verdict: Chicago-style deep-dish pizza "shouldn't be called pizza." If the justice's conservative definition of pizza can't accommodate Chicago's extra-thick, super-cheesy variation, we hate to imagine what he'd say about grilled pizza, or pizza made with sweet potatoes instead of tomato sauce, or a dessert pizza topped with chocolate and gooey marshmallows. Here, 10 unconventional-but-delicious pizzas to challenge Antonin Scalia's most deeply-held convictions.
1. Pizza with Smoked Salmon, Crème Fraîche and Caviar
Wolfgang Puck's delicious pizza features decadent toppings: smoked salmon, crème fraîche and black or golden caviar.
2. Bacon-and-Egg Pizza
Topped with both creamy scrambled eggs, crispy bacon and two kinds of cheese, this is the ideal brunch pizza.