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Re: Ruskin Tomato Festival

Haven't had a banana sandwich in years - maybe 50 or so - but they
used to be a staple of any sandwich plate or lunch box.  Tomato
sandwiches have always been and still are one of the great indulgences
of summer.  I guess it's a southern thing.
In a message dated 05/06/2007 9:34:12 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
andreah@hargray.com writes:

Wow Kitty, my Dad grew up on tomato sandwiches and loves them to this day. 
Two slices of bread, mayo, salt and pepper and a big slice of tomato. I 
personally would rather just slice it, salt it and eat it all by itself! 
LOL! Oh, and we also ate banana sandwiches, which I do love, same way minus 
the salt and pepper.

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