Tomato sandwich

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An open-faced tomato sandwich seasoned with salt and pepper atop the tomato

A tomato sandwich is a sandwich of tomatoes between slices of bread. [1] The bread of a tomato sandwich is typically spread with mayonnaise. [2] A tomato sandwich may also be seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, anchovies, [3] parsley or basil. [4] Adding cheese is also popular as an open-face sandwich. [5]

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