I was just reading some history on this variety, which apparently is unrelated to the Brandywine variety. It is described as “a large yellow beefsteak type tomato with an excellent flavor and a creamy texture that reaches weights from 1 to 2 pounds. These nice yellow tomatoes are produced in adequate numbers upon an indeterminate vine which features potato type leaves“. It was tasty. The creamy texture is very pronounced. For me, this variety (and my real Brandywine’s) produced about 3-4 tomatoes per 10 foot plant. Compared with about 15 or so on my Early Girl’s and Beefsteaks.