Things that I am repeating this year: 'Alaska' shell peas (they were OK, but I ordered A LOT last year, and saved seeds to boot); 'Blue Lake' green beans (trying the pole variety this year, but was pleasantly surprised by their taste last year. I don't usu like green beans...don't ask me why I grew them); 'Sweetie' cherry tomato (I ate these by the handful last year); 'Bellstar' paste tomato (I didn't have much luck with most tomatoes last year, but I've got some seed left over, so thought I'd try again); and of course, zuchini!
I had awesome success with pumpkins so they will be returning. As for new varieties, I will be looking for a good tasting sure fire tomato. My gardening fantasy is the first ripe tomato on homemade bread with a little mayo and salt and pepper. Has to be a great tasting tomato. I am hoping for a bumper garlic crop and pickling cukes (I have a great pickle recipe!). Also, with luck, this will be a big pesto year--Big batch, frozen in ice cube trays, all winter long. And kale, chard and the other things that are good for me.