I had good luck last year with drying Riesentraube cherry tomatoes and using them in soups and stews. This year I'd like to try the varieties of cherry tomatoes where you pull up the whole plant and hang it in a garage or basement, then pick off fresh tomatoes into the winter months. Has anyone had any experience doing this with Principe Borghese, Grappoli D'Inverno, Ponderosa Sel Oro or other varieties? Also Golden Treasure is a golf ball sized tomato which is supposed to keep with good flavor up to 4 months if picked green and stored in the right conditions. I know these won't be as good as fresh summer tomatoes, but I'm hoping they'll be better than winter supermarket tomatoes.