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Grilled Street Corn

By Kelly Bogard Even though the first official day of summer is still about a month away, many of us mark the end of school and Memorial Day as the start of summer and the start of grilling season. With the kids running around and the days getting longer, it's a prefect time to get [...]

Christmas wouldn’t be the same without Texas agriculture

By Jennifer Dorsett Ah, Christmas. A time to celebrate. A time of togetherness. A time to stop and be thankful for all the good in our lives. This year, I’m especially thankful for Texas farmers and ranchers. I’m always grateful to them. But as I put a little more thought into it, I realized just [...]

Peanut Butter Nuggets

By Kelly Bogard Let's talk gifts. No, I don't mean a new bike or even a video game for the kids. I'm talking about those homemade gifts you give and receive from friends and coworkers during the holiday season. I always look forward to visiting with a neighbor when dropping off a freshly made batch of [...]

Farming ain’t easy

By Julie Tomascik You think farming is easy? It can seem that way from the outside looking in. Plant seeds. Watch them grow. And harvest the crop a few months later. That’s how it works in our gardens, right? Yes. But this is different. It’s running tractors and plows. Early mornings. Night owls. Farmers and [...]

Spicy Corn Casserole

By Kelly Bogard Corn is a pretty big deal here in Texas. And now that harvest is almost complete, it's time to start thinking about what to do with this year's crop. There are two types of corn grown here. Field corn, which is used for animal feed. And sweet corn for us to eat. How [...]