Yes, a "black" tomato. I wrote that I tried, because, well I mislabeled all of our tomato seedlings and my two plants didn't get put in the right spot resulting in about only two ripe tomatoes. Let me tell you something. I don't care for tomatoes. I'd rather look at dead bodies than take a bite out of a whole tomato. I love ketchup, salsa, spaghetti sauce, bruschetta, etc... but I've never been a fan of the BLT, I always order hamburgers without that pale mealy slice, and in last years, my only interest was in making sauces and bruschetta. Let me tell you, those two Black Krims were really tasty. They had a much richer flavor that needed no salt. the dark flesh was enchanting. This year I plan to grow three kinds of "black" tomatoes. I will try Black Krim again, as well as carbon, and Black Cherry. I also swear to not mix my seedlings this year.
To all the haunters out there, I bet you are impressed that I found a black veggie to grow ;)