Did really well with the small bit we've harvested so far. Lots of carrots, a ridiculous amount, I'd never have thought so many would be under there. Potatoes have been great this year too. Corn we've only checked a few stalks, but it looks fantastic for our first time planting it, and it's not a lot, but enough for us. Peas did real well, but my favorite, cucumbers, dill, and peppers have done really well.
I'd never have thought 10 years ago, or even 5, that I'd get such satisfaction about growing things in my own garden. Even with our small plot at our lake home, I could easily grow enough to feed us especially if I shot the odd dear, elk, or even geese and other waterfowl that are everywhere around here. It's incredible to me, every time since we started this a few years back, what a few packages of little seeds, seedlings, and such will produce. Rhubarb is insane to me - how these stupid ass plants come back the way they do, EVERY year, and keep growing larger and producing even more crop...it's quite a mystery to me. Rhubarb pie/crisp= good times, especially when it's your own. I'm going to add asparagus and horseradish to the perenials this year, the amount of rhubarb we took was so large that we've given 1/2 away already, and still have more than I know what to do with, all off a dozen plantings back in 2013. Crazy.
Made a meal last night that would be pretty common in a shtf type deal. Can of decent beans off the shelf, some sliced deer sausage into that, some sliced green peppers on the side, mashed carrots, and some cooked potatoes, and some sliced cucumber in vinegar/water/ice. Everything but the salt/pepper and beans we produced ourselves, total cost...not very much, and the stocks of canned goods I rotate will feed us...forever. Not that it's preferred dining or anything, but it's pretty damn good, especially after protein shakes forever, and ever, that I've been eating.