I love it when my plants work together. Here we have a gooseberry (all harvested) and a grape (eaten by deer fruitless) holding up a massive Hokkaido squash.
Even though this year has been soooo hot it's been unpleasant, the produce is loving it. I've never had so many cucurbits growing so early.
In addition to the Hokkaidos, we have some pumpkins and more cukes than I know what to do with. And while relish and dills are great suggestions... I recently cleaned out my cold room and really need neither of those, likely for years, actually.
So far we've been living off cucumber salad - cukes sliced thinnish, sesame oil, rice vinegar, water, and a bit of sugar. Topped with some gomashio. Delicious.