Clockwise from right:
Olivette Juane (yellow egg-shape, mild flavor, great for salads and focaccia) Debarao (2" red plum, good for sauces)
Constaluto (this one is just under 1 pound, sweet beefsteak, great paired with smoked mozzarella and basil)
Eva Purple Ball (slight purple tinge, flawless, disease/pest resistant, the sweetest, most flavorful tomato I grow!)
Roma Speckled (robust, horn-pepper shaped sauce tomato, very meaty and sweet)
My heirloom tomato harvest started late this year for various reasons: because of heavy spring rains, we planted out our seedlings about 2 weeks late; a heat wave prevented blossoms from setting fruit; on and off heavy rains caused a growth spurt. We planted 12 different varieties... these five were the first to ripen.