It's been a decent season. Better than last. Toms (about 6 varieties) bloomed well and while flavorful many mealy with tough skins (I used 1/3 for sauce). Some black spotting too.
Cucumbers were great and still yielding. I speared and pickled most in a simple cold brine, white vinegar/water sugar, salt, garlic, juniper berries and dill, thyme or whatever looked good in herbs.
Bokchoy was strong. Came back quickly as did the kale. Red leaf and rocket fared well until the rabbits found them (my plastic fence deters deer and not much more. A proper foot deep fence is on the list).
I always try Japanese and regular eggplant but have little luck. 1 or 2 sad skinnies. I'm doing something wrong. Unlike the jalapenos and serranos which kick but and still yielding.
Zuch's were alright. Wasn't a bumper but the 4 or 5 from each were delicious. They take up so much room. Will re-assess if the yield is worth the real estate.
The winner, and biggest surprise were the tomatillos - my first foray. I put them w the toms thinking they'd get bullied but the 2 plants exploded and dwarfed the toms. Yielded maybe 200 tomatillos. I was making salsa and cooking with them for weeks. Boiled, roasted, toasted, sauteed, grilled, you name it. The grilled were our fave. The char gives a great complexity to the salsa.