Wow! these kentucky beefsteak tomatoes are fabulous! They’re huge, heavy, juicy and sweet. We amazed at how silky they are, so little seeds and so meaty. Kentucky Beefsteak Tomatoes from

Kentucky Beefsteak Tomatoes

These are the best beefsteak tomatoes we’ve ever had and they’re definitely on our list to grow for next year. They’re one of our favorite heirloom tomato varieties to grow during Summer. They grow well and hearty, but we do often have issues with rats loving them too. So we’ve tried our best to get these plants protected. If you have any suggestions on how to protect tomatoes, please let us know.

What Do Kentucky Beef Steak Tomatoes Taste Like?

Wow, these are so good. They’re big, juicy and sweet. The most amazing thing about these tomatoes is that the flesh is very silky and sweet. It’s not a hard firm flesh, but a silky and super sweet. A little salt and pepper goes a long way.

Quick and Easy Dinner

Tonights dinner is a quick tomato salad with Japanese shiso, grilled eggplant and grilled homemade sausage. The tomatoes are certainly the stars of the meal. The flesh is so amazing, it’s hard to not eat a few whole tomatoes in one sitting. But alas, we try to savor Summer slowly and save some for later in the week. Wish you all could have a taste of these amazing tomatoes. Add some of your drizzle of your favorite balsamic vinegar or favorite cheese. Dinner is served.

What are you favorite tomato varieties to grow?

We’d love to hear about other options that grow well in the Southern California coastal area. We’re always open to trying to grow new heirlooms. And of course, will still need to figure out hot to fend off the pests! So far we love cherokee purple, sun gold and sweet one hundreds.

have a great weekend!

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