It will be several months before there will be any new harvests for me, even with the new greenhouse - this morning's weather was -27 degrees Celsius (at 6:20am) with "freezing fog" - hmm, doesn't sound good.
But I continue to enjoy last season's harvest including my last butternut squash, my last spaghetti squash and almost the last of the borlotti beans.
This past week I made a version of my butternut squash mac 'n cheese (slightly modified to suit the ingredients I had on hand). And a week or two ago I made a casserole with spaghetti squash (along with the "shredded" cooked squash, I mixed in some goat cheese and one egg, then topped with parmesan and baked in the oven).
And I made some refried beans for a tex-mex meal using borlotti beans that I had in the freezer (I wasn't sure if I had dried them well enough to store, so I froze them to be safe). Refried beans can be made with just about any bean but these were all I had available. Saute onion and garlic, then add chili powder and salt; add in the pre-soaked and cooked beans plus some veggie or chicken stock; cook together and mash into a delicious side dish.
I also pulled out the one and only bag of rhubarb I had from last year with some grand plans. I had very little rhubarb as it was only the second year for my rhubarb plants so I was careful not to harvest too much to let the plant focus on rooting and growth. Unfortunately, I got distracted while roasting the rhubarb and it ended up dried out and inedible. Sigh ...
Check out Daphne's Dandelions on Harvest Monday to see what other gardeners are doing with last year's harvests (or what they are currently harvesting for those in the more southerly climes).