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Chocolate Heart Dessert Pizza

By Kelly Bogard Calling all sweethearts and chocolate lovers alike. Do I have a treat for you! Every year I try to come up with something that will make my entire family happy for Valentine's day, and this year is no exception. And though desserts are definitely not the norm at our house, I try [...]

Rural doesn’t mean irrelevant

By Jennifer Dorsett “Rural” seems to be a buzzword lately. And you know what? I’m glad rural America is on the radar these days. I’m a product of rural America. But I’ve seen with my own eyes how, over the past several decades, a slow decline has crept across our small towns and communities as [...]

February 6, 2018|Categories: Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , |0 Comments

Armadillo Eggs

By Justin Walker A day of football and food. The Big Game is Sunday, and family and friends will get together and cheer for their favorite team. The food, however, is almost as important as the game. Some might say even more important. I guess it depends if your team is playing. Either way, I’m [...]

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 [...]