I think I have shared this recipe every year since my first year at All Aboard Wheat Harvest! It is just so darn good, I HAVE TO SHARE IT! Sorry, I'm not yelling, just excited! I have no idea when this recipe came to be in the Misener family, but it has been around since all of my siblings and parents have been around. I remember my Grandma Alda making it for us kids when we were at her house, and Momma making it for a special treat. The most important thing about this recipe is that it is eaten

Shattuck, Oklahoma—It has been a slow start but we’re in the field! The weather’s dried up and we’ve been in full-blown harvest mode, and it’s crazy how time can get away from you. Over the week Mom and Dad have been able to get roughly 600 acres cut with the help of Adams Harvesting crew stepping in with a second machine and truck. Wheat’s being cut and other than that there’s not a whole lot to report on. The wheat is very short, a result of the drought. Test weight is 50 at best and it’s yielding just terrible.
I took

Garden City, KS: Callie and I FINALLY have arrived on the 2014 wheat harvest run! Sunday, after a quick drive south and a dinner date in Scott City, Kan. with Jenna, we parked outside the trailer house and let out a huge sigh of relief.
After a run to town, nap and unpacking, I sat down to take a test for one of my online classes and Mom and Dad returned from the field. We said our hello's and headed outside to watch a few post-Independence Day fireworks.
This morning Callie and I woke up with droopy eyes and a little confused

Manley, NE/Garden City, KS: Here in Nebraska, Callie and I are recovering from our first 4th of July celebration at home. We both had a fantastic day filled with food, swimming and fireworks. I started my day by baking a cherry pie. Remember when I picked those cherries off of our cherry tree? I used those very cherries to make the best cherry pie in the world. I don't want share the recipe because I'm selfish, but I've decided I must. I think everyone will enjoy this simply delicious pie!
Callie returned on Thursday night from her Future Business Leaders of

If you have read any of my posts in the past, you know that my Momma is the best cook around! She not only makes amazing new dishes, she brings back the golden oldies too. Like this dessert she made the other day. It  is so simple, anyone could make it. In fact, there really is not a recipe for it. So, if you can make Jello, you can make it.

Delicious Layer Dessert
What you will need:
1 package of Jello (your favorite flavor)
1 package of instant pudding (your favorite flavor)
Fresh fruit of your choice
Whipped topping
(Seriously, that is it!)

Make the Jello and

I love this time of year in South Dakota! The gardens are starting to get ready and you cannot beat fresh produce. Some of my favorite things are sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes and rhubarb! Mom made an awesome rhubarb dessert that I just had to share.
When I asked her if I could share her recipe, the simple answer was yes, but followed by, 'Well, which recipe would you like? The 'actual' recipe, or the way I do it?'.
It seems that all of her 'recipes' are really guidelines, rather than to a 'T'. So I'll give the 'real recipe', then the