So, its a bit early to do planning but I figure I might as well be prepared. Anyways on to the meat of the question. I have a rather large (for suburban detroit anyways) vegetable garden (about 20 feet by 4 or 5 feet) and I usually stick to some staple veggies to grow (tomatoes, squashes, peppers) but I am looking for something new and delicious to grow this year. I tried brussels sprouts last year and they were fantastic, for 50 cents I got about 8 lbs of the things. Any good vegetables to try growing? We have a varmin problem so leafy things don't tend to last no matter how I decide to keep them away ( and some of them are the large antlered type of varmin so I can't do anything about them). Thanks for your suggestions!