I think we're on the downward slope as far as the sheer bulk of food that we get each week. But we still got lots of good stuff and some good variety.

7 various heirloom tomatoes
3 onions
1 bulb of garlic
1 bunch of cilantro
3 sweet peppers
4 tomatillos
4 ears of corn
1 melon
1 head of lettuce
3 varieties of eggplant (at the top of the picture, one white, one purple striped, and one long banana-shaped one)
5 carrots
5 peaches
1 large bunch of edamame

Edamame is the Japanese name for young soybeans, and you can usually find edamame in your frozen veggie section. You can boil or steam the pods and then pop the beans out of the shell directly into your mouth. They're also good shelled in salads and other dishes.

These weren't quite pick your own, but the edamame did come attached to the stalks and when we got home we had a fairly big pile of soybeans to pick.
We got a good bag's worth.
We didn't do a great job last week of eating everything. We ate peaches almost every morning for breakfast, and the chowder of course. We also ended up with several peppers in the freezer and had a multiple veggie dinner last night.

This week we won't have tons to get rid of though. Kyle wiped out a good portion of Week 13. But I'll let him tell you about that.