Two beefsteak tomatoes, 2 yellow tomatoes, 2 large romas and 4 small ones, 5 sweet banana peppers, 2 shiny red bell peppers and 2 half-green ones, and a score of sweet-100 cherry tomatoes.
It's a kind of rich feeling, offset by the fact that over half of my garden was distroyed by powdery leaf mold before I figured out what was going on and what to do about it. I would have been picking 3 buttercup squash by now, and a couple baby watermelon. The dozens of beans I should have had are also lost, and the musk melon plants all died. The watermelon is recovering, and I may get melons yet. Two squash plants have survived, but they aren't blossoming. I've replanted two squash, but it doesn't look like they're doing very well.
Earlier, we got a lot of broccoli from my 5 plants (and ate a lot of the leaves), and a fair amount of leaf lettuce, arugula, and spinach. The corn died before the cobs developed simply because I didn't realize they were drying up. (We've had rain like twice this year, and not enough to actually get things wet.) And there have been a couple small bunches of beets. I've got a new planting of them going, as well as spinach.
The carrots didn't do well. They never do. I tried sandier soil, but they never get more than an inch long - and that's the big ones.
Wish I could do a picture.