If you have too many, ask your local food kitchen if they can use some. Maybe print up a few easy recipes for them so they knew what to do with them. DON'T, however, assume that they will take a dozen loaves of Z-bread. Most food kitchens are only legally allowed to accept raw food, not cooked.
Also, Senior Centers will ALWAYS take some. Our senior citizens may not have the time or energy or space to plant gardens but offer them your excess and they'll thank you in their prayers. And they might even take all that Z-bread that the food kitchen wouldn't take. (But do call ahead and ask.)
I once knew an elderly gardener who would haunt the Walmart parking lot and give away his excess garden produce to the RV owners in the back of the lot. How those people LOVED that man...
Oh, well, you'll remember for next time. :) Great article, btw. I planted six plants and I'm having a blast with all the Zucchs. I make up a new recipe four days a week and take it to the barn where I work and try it out on the barn hands -- who are more than willing "victims". I don't think I'm going to have to resort to putting them in open cars -- not this year, at least.