I often forward advice to newby veg' gardeners, that they should "eat crops as soon as they are edible". It's advice that I've mostly failed to observe myself, but that doesn't make me hold back from advising others. "Do as I advise; not as I do" comes to mind (a la Blair).
We now have reasonable sized Cauli's. I could of course leave them to grow HUGE, but far better to eat them now. This one, above, will be enjoyed this evening with a roast; others will probably be eaten tepid, or cold, with a garlicy vinaigrette.
Otherwise we are eating 'Spring onions'; these are in fact just ordinary immature onions.
And this delicious calabrese.
Apart from which we have just rhubarb, strawberries, and red currants. Everything else is looking good, and if all goes according to plan we won't now buy any vegetables until October/November or beyond. Success!