Tomaccio is possibly the most intriguing tomato I’ve come across in years. From what I’ve read about it, an Israeli company capitalized on traits found in wild Peruvian tomato species and the result — 12 years later — is a tomato bred to dry naturally on the vine. Just cut off the clusters, hang them to dry, then pop the raisinlike fruit into your mouth. Tomaccio is extremely sweet whether eaten dry or fresh, although the flavour intensifies when the fruit is dry. Plants need to be staked because they can grow up to three metres tall, although they will likely be shorter on the Prairies.