Most summer nights are spent driving to their current job, my vehicle or truck bed serving as a literal feed wagon and traveling picnic table. Gathering together as a family over a meal is important to us no matter what season we are in. I know the same goes for other farming and ranching families like ours.
Since Hayfield Meals started, I’ve had the opportunity to connect with so many other wives like myself who were in need of a community like this one to connect with. I share recipes, meal prep, snacks, grocery shopping, travel tips, favorite products, our guys in the field, ways your kids can be involved and more.
I’m working on a cookbook for 2021. Trademark is pending.
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A fun addition I’ve wanted to add to Hayfield Meals whether you’re a busy farm/ranch wife or not! These meal plans can benefit anyone and will save you so much time because the hard work and decision making is done for you. Plus, these meals are simple, hearty, and GOOD. I love feeding people. This is just one way that I want to extend that love to you and lend a hand. Meal planning doesn’t have to be difficult, neither does shopping or cooking.
I truly enjoy being in my kitchen. Fresh wildflowers in the window sill, a good playlist going, and preparing a meal for my family is life giving to me. Gathering around the table has almost become foreign. I know during hay season, harvest, branding season, busy schedules or what have you-breaking bread with one another seems to be a struggle during those times. It’s the reason I started hayfield meals, bringing our table to the tractor. I pray that no matter how busy you are, this will give you the opportunity to save time and spend more of it with the ones you love.
Each week, your subscription will include your weekly meal plan that consists of 5 dinners, a tractor snack (something quick and easy to eat on the go), and a desert. You will also get the recipes as well as a completed grocery list all in PDF form that's ready to print out and throw in a binder for future use
I love recipes that take minimal effort and the grunt work of cooking gets done for me all day. One of my most used appliances is the slow cooker. I make these delicious, fall off the bone chicken thighs often in our house. Sometimes I’ll change them up with seasoning like lemon pepper or rosemary, […]
My Grand pick up a box of fresh peaches for me last week and they were some of the best I’ve ever eaten. I decided to make my family some peach cobbler for a treat after supper (so sad I didn’t get any because I’m still doing 75 hard) but we did freeze some so […]
I’ve had a lot of questions come in about transporting food, meals, favorite products, etc. Today I thought I’d share a few tips and tricks regarding Hayfield Meals and will probably end up extending this to a two part post on down the road. For now, here are some tried and true things that I […]
This easy make ahead sub can be also be toasted and made with whatever ingredients you’d like. They are perfect for all day on the tractor and Zack LOVES these because they are fresh and filling. I cut his in two and wrap each half up. In the morning he throws his ice, drinks, snacks, […]
Probably one of the easiest meals I make for the guys that always turns out great, is quick, and I am not spending a ton on ingredients. My meat and cheese sliders are scrumptious and what I love most is you can choose whatever meat and cheese you prefer! I usually make them different each […]