'Fiaschetto' (pronounced "Fee-ah-SKET-oh") means "flask" in Italian, and the name is appropriate considering how juicy these tomatoes are. Originally from the village of Manduria in Taranto Province of Puglia, in the heel of Italy's boot, these 2-3 oz. plum tomatoes with a slight point on the blossom end are great for juicing, sauce, or fresh eating. They are also wonderful sun-dried (or oven-dried). The plants are determinate and very productive. Grown ecologically in New Jersey by the Experimental Farm Network.