n.— «My little tomato plants have just started to flower! Here in the Foothills of the Sierra we are 3 to 4 weeks behind the folks in Sacratomato, only 45 miles, as the crow flies, but a lot farther in the season.» —“Bowled Over” by Trey The Transplantable Rose (Austin, Texas) June 28, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Steve Somers, a radio talk-show host, has been using “Sacratomato” for years.

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  2. I lived there and yes that is what it is called, during tomatoe season the highways are red on any curve because the tomatoes fall off the trucks!

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