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A “Do-Over”

A “Do-Over”

Sharon Springs, Kan. — Friday, the kids and I hit the ground running with our harvest duties and delivered Tex-Mex Sloppy Joes on tortillas for the evening meal. I found the recipe by Chef Alli in the Kansas Living magazine that Farm Bureau publishes. I had tried it out on Mark and the guys when they were in the area and they seemed to approved. The recipe went a little farther than I was expecting and was more than I’d get through at home, so I sent some over to our neighbors. They liked it, and she requested the recipe. With so much positive feedback, I decided to go for round two and tried it on Ryan and crew. They approved as well and deemed it a “do-over.”

These days, if I can make something that’s fast(ish), easy, and tasty, I feel like I’m winning at life! If you’re in the same boat and need some meal inspiration, here’s a link to the recipe that’s crew and neighbor approved.

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This large electric skillet has revolutionized my tiny kitchen cooking experience this summer.

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Little man on dessert duty.

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The finished product.

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We got there just as they were moving to a different field so we grabbed a few pictures before joining the parade. The delivery would have to wait until they arrived at the field.

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Kirby was in #2 tonight.

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Willem in the tractor.

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Henry in #21.

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Lady A drove us to the field. Just kidding! She and I were hiding from the mosquitoes while watching the harvest action.

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The wait was worth it. Little Man and Dad reunited and took a combine ride. It was a good night!



All Aboard Wheat Harvest™ is sponsored by High Plains Journal and New Holland Agriculture. You can contact Laura at laura@allaboardharvest.com.

4 Comments
  • Tom Stegmeier
    Posted at 21:14h, 12 July

    Lady A ,love your dress ,I see your little ears are taking it all in ,your radar is wide open & the GPS is set rite.

    • Laura Haffner
      Posted at 10:12h, 13 July

      She says, “Thanks, Tom! I will likely be running the crew on my own by next season!” 😉

      Too bad the legal driving age and nap time will limit some of her managerial roles a bit!

      • Tom Stegmeier
        Posted at 20:44h, 13 July

        Yep, sounds about rite,as a Grampa,I’am always looking for farming related stuff for the crew. Check out Outback Toys.

  • Erica Brown
    Posted at 08:15h, 13 July

    Looks like a great recipe,Thanks for sharing! I will be trying it on our crew! Here’s the link I found: http://kansaslivingmagazine.com/recipe/slow-cooker-tex-mex-sloppy-joes