But big as Leatherface is the object in his hand still looked freakishly large. It was round and red and to everyone's surprise it was not a severed head.
It was in fact a product of Burpee Seed plant development program and went by the moniker of "Steakhouse Tomato". You may read about it HERE, and their promotional picture looks like this.
Ours is not as large or as "perfect" but as you can see below, it fills the big mans giant paw or a full sized paper plate.
|BURSTING WITH JUICY FLAVOR|
|OUR FIRST STEAKHOUSE TOMATO|
How does it taste?
Just the way you want a beefsteak tomato to taste. Juicy, slightly tart and bursting with tomato flavor, the flavor you forget about after a winter of supermarket tomatoes.
This is a keeper, and about to become a garden favorite year after year.