Happy Harvest 2019, my friends!
It has been a slow start here for us as Mother Nature has decided to add some rain to our forecast on and off for the past two weeks. As we patiently wait for her to clear that up, I thought I would share with you some new harvest meal ideas that were sent to me by my friends over on Instagram! I asked my followers what their favorite field meal ideas were and y’all showed up with some super yummy meal ideas!
Field Meal Ideas
1. Subway 😂
Thanks for the giggle Tyne! But seriously, when in doubt, fast food can save the day. Burgers, Subs, Pizza, etc. No judgement here
2. Beef on A Bun
Lots of people suggested the classic ol’ beef on a bun. There are SO many different recipes out there! Here’s one I recently tried and we really enjoyed.
3. Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole
This one comes highly recommended by my friend Meg from Saskatchewan, Canada. She uses Stove Top Stuffing on the top instead of bread crumbs. Yummo!
4. Mississipi Pot Roast
Lovely Lady Annabel from Montana suggests this yummy pot roast!
5. Easy Cheesy BBQ Little Smokies Casserole
Naomis from British Columbia, Canada sent this casserole my way. Looks like a fun take on smokies
6. Homemade Pizza Pops
This great suggestion came from one of the newest members of the Farm Wife’s club Kaylie D. I found two recipes, one that you make the dough yourself OR one you use the canned dough (I’d never judge you 😂) Both look like great options!
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7. Walking Taco’s AKA Taco In A Bag
Whatever you call them, they’re delicious and a popular vote from my followers! An easy way to serve everyone’s favourite meal, Tacos, in the field.
8. Chicken Bacon Ranch Sandwiches
I made these the other day to stock my freezer for when we resume harvest. I had to taste test and they were yummy.
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9. Meatball Subs
Easy to make, delicious to eat!
10. Basically anything you can BBQ and put on a bun
Tons of suggestion of burgers, hot dogs, chicken burgers, smokies, etc. I don’t think you can do wrong with a big juicy piece of meat on a bun, am i right?
Thanks to everyone who submitted their meal suggestions! If you have some more great suggestions, drop a comment below 👇🏼