When it comes to tomatoes, I can't hold back. I love them and I taste nearly every one I can find (at least every promising one), be they fresh or canned. It's always a-kid-on-Christmas-morning moment.
For the past 5 years, botanist Joseph Tychonievich has been working on a tomato plant named for Lynne Rossetto Kasper. He's been narrowing and focusing the offspring of his initial cross to consistently produce the taste that was desired. It's done.