If there's one Tomato that you should be growing at home this year, it's this; The Portuguese!
The story goes that a certain Mr Dan McMurray was eating a sandwich in Portugal, and decided that the slices of Tomato it contained were the best he'd ever tasted.
He took out some of the seeds, dried them, and the results are now available worldwide.
I've grown them in the past, and they were excellent. It should be noted that as they are not an F1 Hybrid, one can save the seeds for the following year... and so on (even from a sandwich).
They have a solid consistency, very good flavour, and they produce large crops. What more could one ask from a Tomato; and, of course, you never need to buy any more seeds!
I've planted just two, along with a good selection of other varieties. My fingers are crossed for a good crop this year; last year's was dismal.