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The word "tomato" may refer to the plant (Solanum lycopersicum) or the edible, typically red, fruit that it bears. Having originated in America, the tomato was spread around the world following the Spanish colonization of the Americas, and its many varieties are now widely grown, often in greenhouses in cooler climates.
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... Snappy Tomato Pizza is a privately held pizza chain operating in Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Alabama, Florida and New Mexico in the US, and in Scotland and ... Snappy Tomato Pizza was purchased by Charles H ...
... Bob the Tomato (introduced 1993) is usually the "straight man" in his partnership with Larry the Cucumber (the "Costello" of the pair), as they introduce many of the stories at the beginning and wrap-up ... and easily identifiable anthropomorphic tomato from the start, his animation evolved over time to make him first more tomato-like, and later more cartoony ...
... A tomato omelette is a breakfast dish in South India ... Tomato omelettes are served hot with tomato sauce, coconut chutney, sambar or any other pickle ...
... collecting a diversity of cultivated tomatoes and hundreds of wild tomato species ... In 1949 Rick co-founded the Tomato Genetics Cooperative to encourage communication and exchange of research findings among tomato researchers ...
... Spain, annually celebrates La Tomatina, a festival centered on an enormous tomato fight ... Embracing it for this protest connotation, the Dutch Socialist party adopted the tomato as their logo ... The US city of Reynoldsburg, Ohio calls itself "The Birthplace of the Tomato", claiming the first commercial variety of tomato was bred there in the 19th century ...
More definitions of "tomato":
- (noun): Mildly acid red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable.
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“Taking a good mouthful, I felt as though I had taken liquid fire; the tomato was chile colorado, or red pepper, of the purest kind. It nearly killed me, and I saw Gómez eyes twinkle for he saw that his share of supper was increased.”
—For the State of California, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)
“Well, I couldnt go to bed with you like I do with her, and grab a tomato sandwich and run out and catch the 72 bus.”
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—Calvin Trillin (b. 1935)