I recently picked up Preserving Summer's Bounty, edited by Susan McClure and the staff of the Rodale Food Food Center at the library and it's been a useful tool in helping figure out what to do and make. I really like that this books breaks down how to blanch common vegetables and that it has a lot of recipes that are relevant to using the foods grown in a garden. It also has tips for freezing, canning, preserving and drying fruits and vegetables.
Here is a start of some recipes and freezing ideas I've come up with.
Beans with onions
Combinations of frozen vegetables
Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots
Peas and carrots
This is just my first reflection about what I'm planning to do. I'll be adding to this list as I come up with more ideas! Any suggestions are helpful, too.