I suggest keeping a notebook and be prepared for changes from one year to the next, I think it's a bit cyclical. I've had really variable yields from year to year. With the same number of plants I sometimes end up canning tomatoes every weekend for two months straight. Then, this year not even enough tomatoes to keep us supplied over summer but I'm pickling peppers like a crazy person. Same goes for other stuff. It's kind of fun that every summer is a surprise but also don't give up on something after just one year.
I kept a photo log this year. I'm too lazy to write every day but it's easy to pull out my phone and take a photo.
Still harvesting... Got tomato plants that yield about a 3.5 gallon trug every few days, so making lots of sauce.
Our village has an annual fundraising Harvest Festival happening this weekend. Got a call that one of the growers had bowed out and did I have anything I could provide for the "Taste of Corrales" table. Luckily I planted late (and, ergo, harvested late). They'll be getting lots of colorful sweet peppers, assorted summer squashes, a bucket of Juliet tomatoes and a crate of picked-today apples. Too bad the grapes from last week are juiced and on their way to wine... (well, too bad for them. Great for me!)
OOH! I love those peppers, they look gorgeous! Our Thai chilis are just starting to ripen up, so it's almost time for a new batch of nuoc cham (Vietnamese spicy fish sauce).