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Agriculture and the government shutdown

By Justin Walker We’ve entered the second month of the government shutdown. How does that affect agriculture? How about your food? Farmers and ranchers are impacted by the shutdown because they don’t have access to production reports, access to farm bill programs and resources from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In the era when internet [...]

January 22, 2019|Categories: Agriculture Policy, Dairy, Featured, Texas Agriculture, Vegetables|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Jalapeño Jelly and Candied Jalapeños

By Kelly Bogard A Texan menu for the holiday season is not your typical Christmas fair. Don't get me wrong. We all still love our green bean casserole and cornbread dressing. But we reserve those foods for Thanksgiving. At Christmas, we eat Mexican food. From fajitas to tamales, there is a little bit of everything. [...]

5 Super Soups

By Kelly Bogard Soups and stews are a mainstay in our house through the fall and winter months. There's just something soothing about that warm, savory meal that makes my soul happy. We are just past our second cold front of the year here is Central Texas, and my soup pot is screaming to get [...]

Sweet Roasted Pumpkin

By Kelly Bogard Fall is here! After a crazy hot summer, we're all ready for cooler temperatures. And although they aren't here just yet, there are other signs of fall popping up everywhere. Like harvest in Texas fields. And pumpkins. Because what's fall without pumpkins? And Floydada, Texas is home to the Pumpkin Capital of [...]

Loaded Fries

By Kelly Bogard Football is here! From Friday night lights to Sunday tailgates, it's time to cheer on the boys of fall. Like many homes in Texas, our fall weekends are filled with family, football and fun. And when you need to feed a crowd with an appetite, you better have the right snacks. Of [...]