Kellogg's Breakfast,   Heirloom    
 

        Won 3rd place at Dekalb Co. Fair 2008 & 2009.  Entered by Jim Yuvan of Plano. 
      (93 days)   Look for 1 pound plus, meaty, orange fruit, with few seeds.  The juice of a fully ripe tomato could be mistaken in color for Florida orange juice.   The fruit grow in clusters of 2 or 3 on strong vines that resist disease better than most non-potato leaf cultivars.    Many think its complex, sweet - but not too sweet - flavor is the best they've ever tasted.   Expect huge fruit but moderate yields.
  
This West Va. heirloom is named for Darrell Kellogg, a Redford MI railroad supervisor who made this variety well-known after receiving seed from a friend.