What kind of things are you growing in your garden? I'm not a brilliant gardener, but I'm learning on the job ;D.
This is a zucchini I picked last week. I had to self pollinate, which involved picking the petals off a male flower "He loves me, he loves me not..." (hehehe), and using the stamen as a paintbrush on a female flower. So much easier than having to use a cotton bud. This zucchini only took a week to grow. It was used in a zucchini slice we devoured.
Mushrooms on special at Aldi for 99 cents a tub. My children love mushroom chips. I spray the mushrooms slices with oil, then do a very light sprinkling of salt. Dry until they are crispy. You don't have to add the salt, but it tastes great and is a healthier alternative to deep fried potato chips. I did 6 trays of dried mushrooms and used up two tubs.
Purple climbing beans thriving. These are amazing beans that turn green when you cook them. I picked a dozen of them to use in Shepherd's Pie last night. Yum! My tomato plant is a giant one with cherry tomatoes all over it. I was silly and put straw on the dirt to slow down the slugs, but I don't think the tomato plant appreciated the gesture. It is still hanging in there though.
Some shallots I pulled up this morning. They're now in the sun drying out until the roots go crunchy. I'm planning on using them soon rather than storing them for a length of time, so they don't have to dry out very much. If I wanted to be all fancy I could braid them all together and hang them up to dry, but this is the first time I have successfully grown them to this point :D