Here's what we have in our winter pantry:
Fruits: Frozen mulberries, blueberries, blackberries, apricots and apples; Dried apricots; Canned apricots, apricot jelly, mulberry jelly and rhubarb jelly. I canned June Berries but the canning process was flawed so we ate them soon after canning. We've got some pears in the fridge, but those will be gone soon.
Veggies: We didn't do so hot in this area - we have canned relish, beets, hot green pepper sauce and pickles. A few butternut squash and two tomatoes await their consumption, as well as turnips, beets and a pumpkin we received from a friend Sunday evening. We are still working on the last of the Swiss chard and we've still got carrots in the garden. Chris froze a bunch of pesto. We've got garlic and are drying beautiful peppers in the sun room. Chris dried some beans - we're not sure what type of beans but they're brown. :) Hopefully next year we'll get to freeze corn, peas and other whole vegetables.
Meats: We've got locally grown whole and parts of chickens as well as locally grown cuts of beef in the freezer. The chickens have stopped laying for the season - shortly after our new puppy tore one of their chests open, ugh. :(
Breads: We've got our stock of wheat to use for bread products all winter.
Spices: Chris dried dill seeds, and we got two large chunks of salt when we visited the Kansas Underground Salt Museum last weekend, but I doubt we'll be eating that!
Beverages: Apricot brandy and apple brandy - but since I'm pregnant, I doubt I'll be having much of that!
And so the planning and dreaming begins...we've got all winter to come up with our list of hopes for next year's garden. I'm happy another chance to put away as much local food as we are able is given to us each year. I expect every season we'll get better at doing this - the summer of 2010 was our first experience, and what a fun learning experience it has been!