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

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Busting myths about beef nutrition

By Julie Tomascik Eating preferences—we all have them. Some choose to be vegetarians. Others pursue the vegan route. Then, there are folks—myself included—who are omnivores. Growing up on a family rancher, there was only one way to eat—a balanced meal that included meat and vegetables. But I was an open-minded 10-year-old ready to experience the [...]

Farmer Barbie outfitted to bring ag to young girls

By Julie Tomascik Red tractor. Pink trailer. Chickens, a lamb, a calf. And a good pair of overalls. Farmer & Tractor Barbie is outfitted to bring agriculture to young girls. She’s back for her third year through the Careers Barbie line, and she’s showing girls that career goals can include agriculture. While agriculture has long [...]

December 18, 2018|Categories: Featured|Tags: , , , |4 Comments

A Texas Turkey Day feast

Thanksgiving Day. Families and friends gather together to celebrate one another. And the blessings they’ve enjoyed over the past year. A time of food, fellowship and fun. And a day to be thankful. For the food on the table. And the food that nourishes our bodies all year long. Did you know essentials of the [...]

No two farms are alike and that’s okay

By Julie Tomascik T-shirts aren’t one-size-fits-all, so why should Texas agriculture be that way? The Lone Star State is uniquely different from the other 49 states in countless ways. Our state is growing exponentially as families relocate here, and oftentimes, we experience all four seasons in one day. Just as the people and weather are [...]

Fall on Texas farms, ranches

By Julie Tomascik Crisp mornings. Changing colors. And a buzz of urgency and excitement hang in the air. It’s fall on the farm. When farmers and ranchers are hurrying to harvest crops. Or get the seeds of next year in the ground. It may seem early, but the first snow of the year is always [...]