A family heirloom from Clay City, Kentucky. Austin Isaacs received seeds from Brook Elliot, Richmond, Kentucky in 2003, who collected them from an old woman in Corbin, Kentucky. The old lady said that it came from her grandmother in Clay City. Indeterminate, regular leaf plants produce 8-14 oz., smooth and pink (clear skin), meaty, with excellent flavor. So, despite its name, fruits are pink.