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Impartial review: Paul's Fruit Mkt. tomatoes no match for A.L.'s

Writer and Food critic Debbie Sinclair, without bias, says it must be the water in Adair County which helps her father, A.L. Sinclair, grow the best tomatoes in the world. Not even celebrated Paul's Fruit Market produce can come near, she says.
Debbie Sinclair wrote MEMORIES of STREEVAL FIELD: The day Momma didn't throw Kenny from the plane, and other stories found by entering her name in the search box at CM

By Debbie Sinclair

Adair Co. and my father have once again come through with the Worlds Best tomatoes. Have made 2 trips to Columbia for the main purpous of getting my fix of the joyful fruit.

Also came to see the family, but left with a truck load of green beans, tomatoes cucumbers, squash and pear preserves.

Usually have to go to Paul's Fruit Market here in Louisville, but they can't even begin to compare. I now am nervously awaiting my next run for tomatoes, courtesy of my sister, this coming week. Must be the water there so keep 'em coming and hi to all down home. --Debbie Sinclair



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