Mostly for sandwiches. At least a pound per tomato. Indeterminate preferred, but determinate is fine.
I don't know what I planted last year, but they were AMAZING on chicken salad sandwiches and hoagies.
tomc wrote:Kellog's Breakfast might be a choice.
Yup its a nice big oblate yellow tomato. About the size you want. Indeterminate, regular-leaf yellow beefsteak.Gardener123 wrote: That is a real tomato? Now I have to go google.
PaulF wrote:Yellow and orange alphabetical: Aunt Gerties Gold,Dixie Golden Giant,Earl of Edgecombe, Huge Lemon Oxheart, Kellogg's Breakfast and its sister KBX, Yellow Kentucky Beefsteak, Lillians Yellow Heirloom, Ludmillas Yellow Giant, Nebraska Wedding, Golden Oxheart, Tangerine, Tom's Yellow Wonder. These I have grown and enjoy the size and flavor.
There are also some really good bi-colors (yellow and red) you may enjoy: Emma, Hillbilly, Lennie and Gracie's Kentucky Heirloom, Mammoth German Gold, Old Flame, Orange Russian #117, Virginia Sweets.
These are all heirloom/Open Pollenated tomatoes. If you have not heard of Kellogg's Breakfast you must be growing hardware store hybrids. When you get into heirlooms you will most likely never go back. Good luck next year.