And what is your "special one?" Black Tula?
Thank you all for sharing your maters, looking good!
Honestly, I've not been a big fan of large tomatoes in the past 20 years, but I think it is mostly due to the fact that store tomatoes (while perfect red, pretty, shiny things) - always tasted like water. But my opinion is quickly changing!
Between mostly all large Cherokee Purple fruits, Brandywine, very large Yellow Boy tomatoes - slicing fresh one off the vine, on the slice of fresh bread with some fresh mozzarella and basil - oh what a great sandwich!!!
I have a few very large Black Tula's will ripen in a week or so, few Valancia's are very large, Brandywine still producing large fruits and there is one "monster" growing among the other large fruits on Russian Bull's heart (late tomato, and planted late), so I don't see it being ready for couple more weeks.
Here is the largest Cherokee Purple so far - almost 21oz (and what a tasty slicer it was)!
Adding few more large fruited varieties to the next year's "to grow" list (in favor of few small fruited varieties I've grown this year, but was not impressed with taste)
Amazon Chocolate (regular leaf)
Aunt Gertie's Gold