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Old 11-21-2011, 07:14 PM   #52
Dr. Feelgood
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Originally Posted by QuasimodoQT View Post
I still debate whether a thin slice of beefsteak tomato might have made it even better or not.
This is a serious question, and there are no easy answers, because so much depends on the individual tomato. If the tomato was home-grown, the answer is YES!: a ripe, home-grown beefsteak tomato will make almost anything better, including a broken heart. If the tomato was organic and locally grown, the answer is 'probably'. But if the tomato came from Safeway ... or if its provenance is unknown ... you are right to exercise caution: your sandwich sounds like a work of art that needs to be protected from the second-rate tomatoes of an uncaring public.
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