my own hot sauce with the cayennes. I generally string them up to dry so they're on hand for making the sauce in the winter. We freeze what we don't eat fresh of the sweet peppers.
carrots we overwintered. Since it was already starting to form the flowering stalk when we cleared the bed of the last remaining carrots we figured we'd just let it keep going. It would be cool if it worked. Every year we try to save more and more of our own seed. The flowers are pretty, too.
pickling time. But, I sure enjoyed the cucumbers. They were so crisp. They were also very spiny. So much so that I opted to peel them before eating, even after a good scrub with our vegetable brush.
just pathetic...and the tops had looked pretty good then, too. We've got them scattered in a few different places though--two patches at home and one at the community garden--so hopefully that will increase our odds of a successful crop.
scapes this year, which we found odd, but, the leaves were dying back so we harvested them, scapes or no scapes. We only ended up with something like one pound of garlic. Better than nothing, but not exactly what we'd hoped for.