I was a bit dismayed when I saw what I thought were Omar's Lebanese tomatoes. Although big and beautiful in form, these tomatoes were a pale whitish yellow in color when they should've been turning pink. I figured it was probably some sort of disease, and considered pulling the plant.
But then I decided to do something radical: read the description of the plant I had on a label in the ground. It read: Indeterminate. Heirloom. Lovely, pale orange fruits are solid and meaty throughout, packed with mild, superbtasting flesh. A long-season producer of large, beefsteak-type fruits, up to 16 oz., with solid centers that have just a few seeds at the edges. Very desirable!
Oh yeah. How could I pass up something, especially a tomato, that is very desirable? Way back in the spring, which seems so long ago now, I did decide to grow a Kellogg's Breakfast tomato. That's what this was!
Since I don't like tomatoes myself, I have to rely on the word of others in regard to taste. And the word is these are indeed delicious, though Linda suggests they need red food coloring. They are big, probably a pound and a half or so, and even though I've been giving them away, I still have several if you'd like to try them...