I buy cherub tomatoes because I can use them all week in a variety of dishes and meals.
I'm looking for the best way to slice them for sandwiches to maximize the tomato flavor in a bite. I don't need to have tomato flavor in every bite, but when I do get it, I want to taste it.
I have two tomatoes of equal size. I slice one vertically in half, one horizontally in circles:
Put on bread, it looks like they take up about the same amount of surface.
It seems to me that the vertical, half slices produce more tomato flavor. Is there any cooking lore or guidance on how to slice things to get specific taste results?