For outright flavour I prefer Heirloom varieties (like The Brandywine). Jo puts up a lot of sauces, Spaghetii, Chilie Base, stewed tomatoes etc. So Roma takes up most of the tomato area.
"The one I most remeber from my childhood is Rutger.
True Rutger is no more according to Ruger Univ.
"While no longer grown commercially, the Rutgers tomato remained popular, especially with home gardeners. Selections of the Rutgers tomato are available through many home garden seed catalogs. However, when Rutgers was released by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Professor L. Schermerhorn invited and encouraged seedsmen to continue selecting for true types in their seed fields. Thus, the original Rutgers tomato line is long lost, and all the seeds sold today are derivative selections, possibly even different cultivars, from the original. We do not have original seed maintained here at the Rutgers New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station."
There are always several varieties of hot and sweet peppers.