Cherokee Purple Tomato. This photo is from Baker Creek Heirloom Seed, whom by the way, I highly recommend. I hope to post my own photos of Cherokee Purple in the future. By the way, this tomato can be somewhat not pretty but the flavor is exquisite. It seems to be more popular on the seed market latey or I have been noticing it more anyway.
Beet Chioggia Beet pronounced “key oh juh” aka “Bulls Eye, Candy Stripe”- Heirloom- Origin Italian named after city in Northern Italy by Venice before1840. These are alternating red and white rings, sweet, tender has nice earthy flavor noted for its absence of bleeding. The mild flavored green tops with pinked-striped steam can also be used raw or cooked as greens. Flesh can be grated raw, excellent cooked, as pickles or use leaves as spinach replacement.