Savoring Summer Tomato Sandwich with Salt pepper snd mayo This is a Polish tomato , grown by Randi Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... August 25, 2022 by Ruth Categories: Garden, PhotographyTags: food, friendship, photography, Pittsburgh PA, Polish tomato, postaday, sandwich, summer, tomato 10 Comments
Looks delicious! I’ve never heard of a polish tomato.
fine without bacon and lettuce!! 🙂
My mom used to love tomato sandwiches, she always told me they had to be at room temperature to get the best flavor. Never heard of Polish tomatoes.
I’d like to hear more about this “Polish tomato.”
The best sandwich. Right know that is what I’m eating. No salt but with pepper lite mayo . The best! Your mother was right warm tomatoes are the best tasting.
My mouth is watering. I love a tomato sandwich. Your sandwich looks delicious. I am Polish and never heard of a Polish tomato.
I grew up on tomato sandwiches. I love them!
Having never heard of them, here’s what I googled: Polish Linguisa is an heirloom tomato brought to New York by Polish gardeners in the 1800’s. Indeterminate, regular-leaf, vigorous tomato plants with wispy foliage that bear excellent yields of HUGE, 10-ounce, 2-inch x 5 inch, sausage-shaped, very meaty, bright-red, paste tomatoes with firm flesh and few seeds.
Best kind of sandwich; yum!