I was just gonna ask where you are, OP as well as you too Aspenleaves
I'm in Prescott and our Broccoli rocked last year, all summer and into the fall.
Other things that did great over the summer:
tomatoes-still, but I tuck them in every night
and brought the smaller plants in, planted them in 5 gal buckets and now are doing great in our super sunny living room
lettuces-until the deer came
blue corn-this yr, yellow last yr was a major downer
rosemary-serious old growth, once it gets established it's like a weed!
we've also tried:
eggplant w/limited success
acorn squash which mostly got killed off by squash beetles
edamame-just never got very big, but it did produce a bit
green bush beans also never got full grown, but did give us enough beans for a few servings
We haven't tried outdoor winter gardening here, but are working on some self-watering containers to add to our living room garden of tomatoes and peppers
We're thinking of onions, garlic, carrots, romaine, peas, zucchini, potatoes and/or sweet potatoes grown in stacks of tires lol that'll be interesting! We got the idea from the Urban Homestead book
Anyway, it'd be great to have an AZ gardeners club here in this thread