Tomato Conspiracy

When you go to Italian restaurants like the Olive Garden or Maggiano’s, they serve you these huge salads with literally two or three tiny tomato slices.  Not two or three tomatoes, two or three slices, for the entire salad.

How is it that Italian restaurants, establishments that owe their very existence to the power of the tomato (in sauce form), are so consistently skimpy when it comes to tomatoes in salad?

Posted by Anthony on 2 replies


01. Dec 8, 2005 at 07:39pm by Kev:

Finally a new post! Maybe it’s because you switched hosts?

02. Dec 13, 2005 at 09:13pm by Anthony:

No, I just managed to find 5 spare seconds on this day :)

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