Agree with above altho' I didn't know that even a lab could cross tomatoes & peppers. Oh yeah, there's that GMO process . . .
Different growing years result in different flavors in fruits & vegetables. You can get what you hadn't expected.
Some varieties have remarkably different flavors from others - certainly, the tomato lovers on here know that. I suppose, that some tomatoes don't even taste all that much like tomatoes
We could give quite a bit of thought to flavors, acidity, sweetness, etc. Most of us don't do that but when (and if) we stop and think about it, it is usually necessary for us to describe flavors by referring to other flavors. Want to have some fun?? Try the [url=https://www.gmon.com/tech/output.shtml]"Silly Tasting Note Generator"[/url] for your next trip to wine tasting party! You will never be at a loss for something to jot down
I am the one being silly here Leo, not your son.
Once in awhile, I like minced parsley on a fresh slice of a lovely ripe beefsteak. But, there's one variety I grow (Thessaloniki) that, I swear
, has a parsley flavor without the parsley! Now, this has got me wondering whether some GMO engineer has been sneaking around in my tomato patch!
We are each other's harvest; we are each other's business; we are each other's magnitude and bond. ~ Gwendolyn Brooks