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Why should agriculture be on the small screen?

By Justin Walker We often feel disconnected from agriculture. Turn on your television. What do you see? Odds are, it’s not rural America. Most of today’s shows take place in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Or maybe Los Angeles. Chicago, Seattle, Denver. But our small towns, farms and ranches aren’t represented on [...]

June 19, 2018|Categories: Chicken, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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 [...]

Fiesta Chicken Tostadas

By Kelly Bogard Fiesta! It's time to celebrate. Gather your family and friends for a Tex-Mex feast. From salsa to fajitas, Texans know how to spice up a holiday. This weekend will be full of annual Cinco De Mayo traditions and festivities. And the city of San Antonio is celebrating all month. Their historic city [...]

Where’s March Madness without Texas agriculture?

By Justin Walker Sixty-eight teams. Fourteen cities. Three weeks. March Madness is one of the most exciting times in the sporting world. College basketball fans from across the country will be watching anxiously on Sunday night to see if their team will be called. Next Tuesday, the madness begins. But preparation began long ago for [...]

Chicken Pot Pie

By Kelly Bogard There's just something comforting about a warm meal after a long day. And when it's classic comfort food, it seems to melt the troubles of the day away. I think pies are tasty comfort food. I'll take pie or quiche loaded with meat and veggies over a sweet one most any day. [...]