Texas Table Top—Celebrating the foods, places and people of the Lone Star State.

Featured

/Featured

Featuring interesting tidbits on Texas food, restaurants and fiber.

Fire danger high in Texas

By Julie Tomascik Wind whips up the dust. Cracks stretch through the fields and pastures. It’s dry in Texas. And getting drier. The majority of the state is impacted by drought, and parts of the Panhandle haven’t received any measureable rainfall in over 100 days. News reports tell a scary tale. Fire danger is high [...]

January 30, 2018|Categories: Drought, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Pressure Cooker Brown Beans

By Kelly Bogard It's hard to believe we're almost into February. This year is flying by just as quickly as the others! Some days I find it tough to keep it all together. Get everyone out the door in the morning. Go to work. Run errands. Pick up my daughter from school. Make supper. Clean [...]

Agriculture is a priority in Washington again

By Justin Walker It’s been a long time coming. But it appears agriculture is important in Washington again. President Donald Trump’s attendance at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s 2018 Annual Convention & IDEAg Trade Show proved that. This administration is pushing for positive advancements in agriculture. We need that. The world needs that. Because agriculture [...]

January 23, 2018|Categories: Agriculture Policy, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Cheese Logs

By Kelly Bogard I love cheese. There, I said it. And I, along with many other Texans, am very excited for National Cheese Lovers Day. From Grilled Cheese sandwiches to Three Cheese Enchiladas or Macaroni and Cheese, there are so many recipes to make with cheese. Cheese is pretty versatile, too. You can use it as a main ingredient [...]

What does it mean to ‘eat healthy?’

By Jennifer Dorsett For many of us, healthy eating was one of our top New Year’s resolutions. But what does that really mean? To me, it’s nutrition and moderation and not based on a trendy label. Now, I’m not a dietitian or a nutritionist. But I do know that most foods are good in moderation. [...]

January 16, 2018|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , |0 Comments