In my yard the edibles I grow include: aloe, lemongrass, basil, vanilla, coconut, pineapple, pomegranate, bay, chaya, pitaya (dragon fruit), mango (2 types), fig (black mission,magnolia and ischia green), papaya, ambarella (june plum), atemoya, bell star carambola, jujube, bananas (several varieties), meyer lemon, honeybell orange, eureka lemon, sweet sambo lemon, indian sweet lime, key lime, persian lime, kaffer lime, finger lime, indian sweet lime, curry leaf, arbequina olive, luca olive, strawberries, blackberries, pineapple, bamboo (several),indian shot, papayrus, duck potato, swamp morning glory, taro, water chestnut, ginger, society garlic, new zealand spinach, malabar spinach, okinawan spinach, galangal, garlic chives, cuban oregano, rosemary, tumeric, zedoary, carissa, barbado cherry, katuk, avocado (brogdon and monroe), jaboticaba, loquat, florida snow peach, calamondin, neem, allspice, moringa, nutsedge, cassava, black pepper, blackberry (doyles and mora arapaho), nopales and numerous other things just starting. I really want more tropical perrenial vegetables. My back has kept me out of the yard for a year now. I lost half my orchids and most things that were still in pots. So sad. I started on Recipe Zaar looking for recipes for abundant crops. For a year I used Food.com to find, create, scale and manage recipes for a church fund raiser. I created this new account under my new email. I used to be Chef # 1169991 and originally joined 2/14/2009, for what its worth. I not longer use that email and so chose to move the recipes, that account is now empty. I would delete it if I knew how. I put all of my 3x5 cards, scraps of paper and 3 ring binder recipes on here. I can't tell you how many of them i found that I thought were lost. And there were a slew I didn't have to enter as they had been entered by someone else....thanks! Now I can actually search and find them!!!!! I, finally, made them all public.