Normally, I pick bits and pieces from the vegie garden as I want to use them in the kitchen. Or my wonderful man does. It's really one of my favourite things, there is simply no fresher food than something you've just picked from the garden less than an hour before you eat it.But every two weeks, I fertilise our garden with stinky weed water, and then it's a few days before I'll touch anything again, let alone eat it. So, I do a quick run around and see what needs to be harvested and grab it all in. Or whatever bits and pieces I think we might want for the next couple of days. It's also really lovely to come in with a little haul of fresh produce.This is what I came in with yesterday morning. Our first tomatoes of the season! And they're beautiful, I've been watching them slowly change colour on the plant, but I wanted to bring them all in as a bunch rather than individually. Purely for aesthetic purposes.There were also some mini capsicums, a few carrots, some heads of broccoli and a few leaves of silverbeet. Plus some herbs I've stuck in there [until I build a proper herb garden], parsley and sage. And (not pictured) a whole lot of zucchini's that I had to harvest a few days ago, since they were just getting too big.I'm loving that our little garden is so productive now. We're still only in our first real planting season and our soils are still very average [read - clay]. I know what's making it all grow like mad too, it's the weed water. That stuff is like steroids for plants, seriously.