I planted pumpkins, cucumbers, onions, beets, radishes, peppers, carrots and tomatoes. The radishes, peppers and cucumbers didn't turn out so well, and the pumpkins grew but then all fell off very early. Not sure what went wrong there but they're still flowering, and more pumpkins keep growing and falling off. I'll have to look a little closer into pumpkin growing and see if I can't get it right next year.
On the other hand, the onions, carrots, beets and tomatoes are doing great. I've already used some onions in a lovely scalloped potato recipe last week, and this lovely gem right here is my first ripened tomato of the season. This one is going toward a yummy BLT dinner tonight! There are lots more where this came from, but they're all still too green to pick yet. I would however like to try a fried green tomato recipe, I've heard they're quite tasty done up this way.
It's a really good thing 5 out of 6 people in this house love tomatoes, because we're going to have a real nice supply over the next couple of weeks. I'm super-happy with my gardening efforts this year, and Lord willing, I'll be able to plant another one next year and maybe even get those pumpkins to do what they're supposed to do. I was really looking forward to some fresh, homegrown pumpkin puree for some great pumpkin recipes I have. Maybe next year for that, but in the meantime, I'll just enjoy what did turn out. :-)