The Il Pantano Romanesco - I'll recommend that highly.
It . . . ('they' would have sounded better) . . . was large with firm, succulent and tasty flesh. And it didn't have those huge cavities which turn into holes when the juice empties out - as most tomatoes have . . . especially, I find, the ones which turn up in salads in cafes.
Money Maker didn't do too badly.
Gardeners Delight - nice big trusses and tangy tasting fruit . . . though without much depth of flavour. I'll blame that deficiency on lack of sun.
Perhaps the size of the crop can be glossed over?
I'm pretty tired today. Ceres was up all night trying on clothes for a party she's going to at the weekend and I was up all night telling her to go to sleep.
She'll be wearing a pair of sleeves. Other things too, of course - but it's the sleeves which fascinate me because they aren't attached to a clothe - just a pair of independently living sleeves.
What is even more fascinating, perhaps, is that she practises wearing them.
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The picture at the top is of Castle Cove cliffs.
The castle at the bottom is the 'castle' - Sandsfoot. It was built by Henry Vlll as part of his coastal defence. It was also used as a mint. Most of it has now fallen into Portland Harbour; all of it into disrepair.
These photos have no relevence - but I took them this morning (22/09/08) and like them.
The Tomatoes - I'm thinking if I put lots of photos of the same ones on my blog, it will look as if I managed to grow more than I did.