Not as impressive of a spread as you that's for sure!!
I have my cold weather planted. Just direct seed since it's so nice outside and will be for a bit. This includes pak choi, collards, rainbow Swiss chard, spinach, and French breakfast radishes. I'm still hunting down Tuscan kale. My strawberries are already popping up and the same for the rhubarb. I do square foot gardening so while it looks like a lot, they are just small plots of each. I'm still trying to decide if I will plant a crop of rainbow carrots in the tomato plot before I plant the tomatoes.
Later I will plant lettuce and mescaline, tomatoes, borage, chervil, oregano, cilantro, savory, thyme, sweet basil, Thai basil, and jalapenos.
In short, I only plant $$ vegetables and herbs that don't drop in price even in the summer. Peppers, squash, corn, melon, cabbage, and cumbers are cheap in the summer. So they are not worth using up precious real estate for them.
Now if I had more space, I would.