Over the course of the next year I'd like to attempt to convert the generic front landscaping I have to an edible garden with lots of deliciousness but the front spends the better part of the afternoon in full to dappled shade. From sunrise to around 12pm it gets great light, but after 12pm the sun moves around the house and it is in shade until a little bit peaks around the corner and hits it about 5pm. The front faces approximately North East.
From what I've gathered the usual (tomato, squash, peas) food crops require large amounts of sunlight (am I wrong?) and probably won't do super well with the shade in the afternoon. Are there any good, viable options that will do well with strong morning sun but full shade all afternoon? The plants I have now in the front seem hit or miss with their growth, but that could be due to the rather high temperatures at the moment and my lack of watering