That question is worthy of a new post. It's been addressed many times here, and perhaps a search will provide your answer. Sometimes a different direction of inquiry takes over someone's thread, and moves away from the originals poster'sl intent.
I picked 20 red ripe tomatoes off 6 plants this morning...
Going to have a BLT for supper with a ear or two of that sweet corn on the side
Those BIG BEEF tomatoes have proved to be heavy producers and very good tasting tomatoes with nice texture. Size wise they are around fist size or a little larger, meaty, nice deep red and round shaped.
I will definitely be growing them year after year in the future.... or until i find a better hybrid tomato.
Taste wise they do not compare to the (old heirloom tomato - brandywine) oh man those are good)... but I can say the big beef taste as good or better than any hybrid tomato I have ever grown.