So, the apron was finished, but now I needed to find a linen to go along with it. That is not an easy task around here. I had finally decided that I would just stop at a local store that has vintage-inspired flour sack towels. It's not what I really wanted to do, but there wasn't any other option. On my way to town, my mom called to see if I wanted to go to the Antique Flea Market that was in town this weekend! We went, but there was nothing in the way of kitchen linens. So, off we went to that local store when a garage sale sign caught my eye. We decided to stop, and there I found the perfect little hand towel! It was hand embroidered by the lady's mother many years ago.
For the recipe, I decided to share a recipe that almost all Nebraskans love - the Runza. It's been around much, much longer than the restaurant, and it's known by a different name that I can't think of right now. They take some time to make completely from scratch, but are well worth it!