I served the first of the black tomatoes this weekend to company in a salad. They were a little scared of them at first when they saw me cutting them up. They certainly don’t look like a run of the mill tomato. They aren’t exactly black, but really deep, dark, blackish red. They are not quite round either, more pear shaped. They were wonderful with a little salt and pepper, and mixed in the salad. Sweet, and very low in acidity. I highly recommend this heirloom variety. So far, my favorite heirlooms are this one, Mr. Brown and Cherokee Purple.
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