Heirloom Tomato Roundup
A visual guide to 12 of our favorite varieties, with recipes to showcase each.
BrandywineThis tomato is an excellent multipurpose beefsteak variety. Although it's difficult to verify exact origin, some experts speculate that it was first cultivated by the Amish more than a century ago. This fruit is grown in yellow, red, pink, and purple-fleshed varieties. With a classic tomato taste, the classic red Brandywine is full-flavored with a pleasant acidity, a floral aroma similar to roses, and a supple buttery texture.
View Recipe: Roasted Brandywine Tomato, Fennel, and Shrimp with Feta