I’ll be honest, at first this heirloom tomato variety, the speckled plum was not my favorite. Some of mine got bottom end rot. Yuck! But as the season has progressed my Speckled plum tomatoes have become plump, over-sized, colorful, big and juicy. This particular heirloom tomato has very unique coloring and makes the perfect ingredient for tomato and fresh mozzarella sandwiches or a hearty marinara sauce. So as fall is now rapidly approaching us, the tomatoes are becoming ripe fast. I’m picking bucketfuls each day, cutting up and freezing them. Once the weather turns cold, I’ll process my seasons harvest and make a big batch of marinara sauce.Next spring I’ll experiment with other heirloom varieties. My Sunchocola heirloom tomatoes are super tall and draping over the metal tomato cages with huge clusters of fruits. They are yummy in salads, on pizza and great for sauce. What are your favorite heirloom tomatoes?