Yeah... nothing beats home grown foods. I have over a dozen dwarf apple trees, 2 semi-dwarf peach trees, 5 grape vines, over a dozen blackberry bushes/vines, over a dozen blueberry bushes, 2 hops vines, 2 gooseberries, 120+ strawberry plants (about half june bearing/half everbearing), planted 6 cabbages, 12 tomatoes, 10 california wonder bell peppers, 2 pounds of red potatoes, around 100 yellow onions, around 3 dozen garlic, 8-10 shallots, and need to put in my broccoli, corn, more tomatoes, hot pepper varieties, and need to start from seeds my herb garden and get my watermelon patch ready. Also, I need to get the okra and zucchini started as well.
I have a bad back, so am somewhat limited by what I can do in a day. Yesterday I was outside a bunch between prepping for my solar powered shed, mowing the lawn, weeding, and planting.
I have an area ~ 55' x 12', with a bit that comes out farther to around 18' in the middle of the long stretch that runs for around 25'. It is the largest vegetable garden I have ever worked in/with, but I wish I had planned it to be larger. I have mine fenced completely in with 6' high galvanized fencing, that is framed with pressure treated wood posts and runners, and then an additional wooden rail about 8" above the top of the metal. It is so high to keep out the deer, which are a major problem where I am. I ended up spending the vast majority of my funds simply on fencing, which sucks because it took much more work to bring up the soil quality.
My garden is on a downhill slope, so I have tiered the garden with raised rows . This setup allows me to conserve water and plant more. I have a raised row that gets planted on the outside with more creeping plants like strawberries, and then plant a row at the top of the row, plant more plants in a row in the valley (tomatoes), and then have another row that basically repeats. My garden in this setup comes to around 4' from one row to the next, so I can reach between the raised rows and get the taller growing stuff in the middle. It allows me to get the most space from my garden.
I almost forgot that I have some pole beans I need to sow, which I plan on putting in the valley between to raised rows. It will keep me busy this summer, but my grocery bill will shrink to only dairy and meats if things go according to plan.