I didn't get a very good chili yield this year sadly. My habanero plant didn't produce any fruit (in fairness I probably got my chili plants a bit late into the season). Still really hot here in the west though so they are still looking healthy. I'll try to move them to a more sheltered area when the weather cools down and see how long they keep producing for. Once had a Thai chili plant last a few years but it eventually died when I went away on holiday and it was neglected for about 4 weeks.
I don't really plant much in the way of vege at my current house. It's a rental so I don't want to invest the time and effort only to leave it all behind when I move out :p
Probably should utilise the garden more though. Previous tenants killed off the grass and I refuse to replant it at my own cost but I could get a few boxes out the back to grow things. I like the idea of growing my own cabbage and broccoli.