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Tomato (binomial name Solanum lycopersicum) is a mildly acidic red or yellow pulpy fruit eaten as a vegetable, although technically qualifying as a fruit.[2]

Tomato was an essential component of a BLT, a sandwich consisting of bacon, lettuce and tomato.[3]

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It was a known flavour of Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans.[4][5] Both raw and fried tomatoes were served at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry from the 1890s up until the 20th century.[6][7] They were visible in the Great Hall on 2 September 1993.[7]

In 1991, while Vernon Dursley took them on the run from wizards, the Dursley family and Harry Potter ate stale cornflakes and cold tinned tomatoes for breakfast while staying at the Railview Hotel.[8]

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Meals served in the Great Hall
Christmas feast at Hogwarts
Feasts
Start-of-Term Feast · Hallowe'en feast · Christmas feast · Welcoming Feast · End-of-Term Feast
Foods
Breakfast Bacon · Cornflakes · Eggs · Egg on toast · Fried egg · Hard-boiled egg · Kipper · Orange juice · Porridge · Sausage · Toast
Main course Arbroath smokies · Bacon and steak · Black pudding · Bouillabaisse · Bread · Breadsticks · Casserole · Chicken leg · Chicken noodle soup · Cornish pasty · Lamb chop · Pork chops · Roast chicken · Roast beef · Sandwich · Sausage · Shepherd's pie · Steak · Steak and kidney pie · Steak and kidney pudding · Stew · Tripe · Yorkshire pudding
Sauces and spreads Butter · Jam · Ketchup · Gravy
Vegetables and side dishes Baked pumpkin · Boiled potato · Carrots · Chips · Corn · Cucumber · Fried tomato · Mashed potato · Onion · Peas · Sprouts
Desserts, fruits, and drinks Apple · Apple pie · Blancmange · Chocolate eclair · Chocolate gateau · Custard tart · Grapes · Ice cream · Doughnut · Jelly · Marshmallows and crumpets · Mint humbug · Pumpkin juice · Pumpkin tart · Rice pudding · Spotted dick · Strawberries · Swiss rolls · Treacle tart · Trifle
Christmas specialties
Chipolata · Christmas pudding · Christmas cake · Cranberry sauce · Egg-nog · Roast turkey
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