We did a garden with our neighbors this year. We planted quite a variety: corn, tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash, 3 varieties of lettuce, several varieties of peppers, green beans, sugar snap peas, pumpkins, watermelon and canteloupe. I'm probably forgetting something, but I think that's most of it. Anyways, we are just starting to be able to harvest a handful of green beans and sugar snap peas. The lettuce has been in full swing for about a month now. I can't tell you what a great feeling it is to know that our food hasn't been sprayed wtih a bunch of pesticides! Today I froze a handful of green beans. Not a huge crop yet (plus I have to save some for the neighbors!) =) but some were ready so I wanted to get started freezing them. Here is a great link if you want to learn how to do it yourself. It's super easy, but if you've never done it before it's nice to have some directions. :) www.pickyourown.org/beansfreezing.htm. I'm sure there's a bunch more helpful info on this website when it comes to freezing other veggies. Have fun!