Posted: 15/08/2014 at 08:23
I love gardener's delight, it never fails, and the Bjingo is good too. I always go for taste rather than weight. I was given some ruby tomato seed as they're excellent for drying, they're prolific in small oblong fruits and ripened first, but for fresh eating I don't like them, not juicy. But if anyone wants to dry them they're great. Am trying Big Red this year, enormous but only just starting to ripen. Intending to cook them up with herbs and onions and freeze the soup.