The latest and greatest so far has been minestrone, or at least something inspired by the classic Italian soup. (Please excuse the use of poor-quality phone photos.)
For interested parties, these are the ingredients used, arranged in no significant order: garlic, kale, heirloom tomatoes, carrots, onion, yellow squash, vegetable broth, whole wheat noodles (fusilli), dark red kidney beans, thyme, basil, oregano, salt, pepper, and olive oil. The soup was incredibly flavorful--a definite win. It seemed an appropriate dish for transitioning from summer to autumn.
There's maybe a pound of squash left, so perhaps another batch of soup is in order. I just hope the weather cools accordingly, because I am definitely over the summer heat.