we are quite literally scraping the bottom of the barrel (basket) of the onions. we started harvesting and eating them in late July and haven't had to buy any since then, but it looks like they'll be on the next grocery list. I'm pleased to have grown roughly three months worth of onions, but thinking next year we'll double (or more) the amount we plant in hopes that we'll get further into the year on what we grew ourselves.
we didn't grow the corn in the picture up there~ bought it at the market from a kid in art class who grew a bunch of gourds and corn. I think I'd like to grow popcorn next year though.
acorns. wow. there are four huge white oaks in the front of our house and the house next door and it doesn't take nearly as long as one might suspect to gather this many of the poky little orbs. and the pigs at farm school were quite pleased with the treat.
a little list in the garden journal of things preserved and such this year. it could be a lot longer, but it could be a lot shorter as well. there was also a small batch of tomatoes from a friend's farm canned whole - maybe 6 or 7 quarts. above is the list of stuff made just from our own garden (with the exception of the blueberry jam made from our blueberry picking venture, which also yielded some quart bags for the freezer). well, and the sugar maples in our neighborhood.