There was a point in time when I was campaigning to be the saint of ambiguous produce. The tomato, for example, tastes like a vegetable, but is classified as fruit except when dealing with the Tariff Act of 1883, which required a tax to be paid upon imported vegetables. The United States Supreme Court in essence said, "The tomato functions as a vegetable, now pay the tax."
Avocados and olives are also technically fruit, but are used more in the context of vegetables. Pumpkin, on the other hand,
That's why we need a patron saint of ambiguous produce. While once I would have thought I was perfect for the title, now I think someone a little more patient, kind and prone to growing gardens that don't keel over and die would be a better choice. I was totally onboard with Antonia's petition to have a patron saint of figs and fig trees in The Possibilities of Sainthood. More patrons of produce, please!
Update: Fuse #8 went to a book release party where the guests made up their own saint specialities and dressed accordingly. Fuse took photos.