Cuore di bue - May 26, 2007 Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Welshcake Lemoncello has done a little blog about her latest find at the greengrocers, I have found a little site that gives a full explanation of this tomato....the cuore di bue....Hope they are as tasty as they say. Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google+ Email Comments sally in norfolk26 May 2007 at 23:53interesting read !!!ReplyDeleteWelshcakes Limoncello27 May 2007 at 09:50Thanks for the link, Anne. Interesting history of the variety, too. The greengrocer says they have been available in Italy for about 5 years.ReplyDeleteDEMETRA FROM ATHENS GREECE8 May 2009 at 10:27I KNOW OF THESE LOVELY TOMATOES, I ATE THEM IN ITALY LAST MONTH AND I WANT TO GROW THEM. WILL BE IN THE OXFORDSHIRE AREA IN JUNE ANY SUGGESTIONS WHERE I CAN BUY THE SEEDS? THEY ARE SO DELICIUS AND MEATY NOT FULL OF SEEDS AS OTHER VARIETIES. DEMETRA FROM ATHENS GREECEReplyDeleteSusan Blossom3 August 2009 at 21:59I was given a small plant of this Cuor di Bue, grown by our local garden club. It has grown into a gorgeous plant with the MOST delicious heart shaped tomatoes (about 3 inches long)! I picked one too early before it was a deep red & the flavor was still fabulous. We live in the Salt Lake area of Utah, USA, which is hot & dry but I keep the plant watered well. It's a treat to have in a home garden. I've seen seeds of it listed in catalogs.ReplyDeleteAnne in Oxfordshire4 August 2009 at 13:44Demetra and Susan Blossom..thank you for calling in and leaving a comment, I love these tomatoes.Susan it must be very difficult growing things in Utah as it is so dry, great though that you Toms have grown, hope they are tasty!ReplyDeleteAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thank you to everyone for commenting, it certainly makes my day. A pleasure to see everyone of you. Old and New.. Blogging not only opens up the world but gives us new friends.