Potatoes of various types have been pretty respectable, and I'm mightily impressed with the "Orla" spuds we've grown. A lovely flavour and a good yield.
The peas in the trug are some that Small grew, so we had those for tea along with some sausages, some of the spuds as mash, and some (more!) cabbage donated by a fellow allotmenteer.
In the poly-tunnel, we found our first tomato of the season, which was scrumptious. Only a little one, Gardener's Delight I think, but a sign of things to come.
My poor runner beans were decimated by slugs/snails when I planted them out. They persevered though, and re-grew and I was pleased to see they had some teeny, tiny little beans forming. Hurrah for home grown!
How grows your garden?