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Laura: A break from the heat

Northwest Kansas—It’s Monday, and we’re experiencing a bit of relief from the heat wave of the past few days. A cold front rolled through July 20. Kansas cutting is complete, and machines are working in northeast Colorado. This is the latest harvest has ever been for us in this region. There have been times we’re nearly complete with northeast Colorado by now, so the extremes in weather are astonishing.

While we have a break from the 100-degree temperatures currently, they will likely return. Cold meals are key during hot days. Taco salad and Suddenly Salad variations are popular. I recently tried a new-to-me corn salad I found online that I thought I’d pass on. It is crew approved with no heat required. Click “here” to be directed to the link. I also like using individual graham cracker pie crusts. You can use pudding or other fillings of your choice. Most requiring little to no heat. Both are pictured below.

I hope these ideas give you some inspiration for the next round of heat. If you have a favorite hot weather dish, I’d love to hear about it in the comments!

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Front that worked its away across on July 20.

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The heat waves have prevented me from getting clear shots of the machines!

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It looks hot and it was hot! More heatwaves seen here!

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Keeping it cold during transport!

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Taco salad with the crisp corn salad.

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Individual chocolate pies.

All Aboard Wheat Harvest is sponsored by High Plains Journal and John Deere. Laura Haffner can be reached at laura@allaboardharvest.com.


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