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Chimichurri Topped Skirt Steak

By Kelly Bogard What could be better for dear old dad on Father's Day than a nice, juicy steak? Not much, except a juicy steak drizzled with a zesty sauce. Skirt steak is reasonably priced. And, depending on the size, you can feed up to four people on one steak! Adding the sauce just brings [...]

Recognize dad this Father’s Day

By Haley Herzog He’s a farmer. He’s a rancher. He’s a steward of the land. He’s a father. A husband. He’s a brother. And maybe even a grandfather. Farmers and ranchers have been the backbone of our economy for many years, but many of them also play an even bigger role: Dad. Some dads wear [...]

June 12, 2018|Categories: Featured, Meet a Farmer, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , , , |1 Comment

Red Pepper Hummus

By Kelly Bogard As you know, Texas farmers grow quite a few fruits, vegetables and grains in our great state. I'm sure you can name quite a few of them, but there are a few that may surprise you, too. Like Chickpeas. Also known as garbanzo beans, they're grown in North Texas. Farmers grow olives [...]

Summertime is market time

By Jennifer Dorsett Summer. It’s a time for swimsuits, sunscreen and beach towels. But it’s also a time for fresh produce to fill up our baskets and stomachs. Summertime favorites include fresh peaches with homemade ice cream and corn on the cob served with a delicious steak. Many of us, including me, have fond memories [...]

Spicy Peach Grilled Chicken

By Kelly Bogard Roadside stands are open for business, and now is a great time to get fruits and veggies that are in season during early summer. And peaches are one of those tasty finds! Peaches are one of the first things I look for when stopping at a stand. I like the little ones [...]