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Simple, substantive sandwiches make for satisfying election night fare

Roasted egglant sandwich with meaty eggplant, parmesan, onions, and olives piled onto sliced crusty bread. Roasted egglant sandwich with meaty eggplant, parmesan, onions, and olives piled onto sliced crusty bread. (Food styling/Karoline Boehm Goodnick; Photo by Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By John Burgess
Globe Staff / October 29, 2008

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Politics is a sport that consists mainly of talking. But on Election Day, it looks like a real contest, a game. We the electorate are both players and spectators: We bring it in the voting booth, then retire to the stands to watch what we have wrought. And, as with football, baseball, and for all I know croquet, we eat, ... (Full article: 377 words)

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