Featuring interesting tidbits on Texas food, restaurants and fiber.
By Kelly Bogard As you know, Texas farmers grow quite a few fruits, vegetables and grains in our great state. I'm sure you can name quite a few of them, but there are a few that may surprise you, too. Like Chickpeas. Also known as garbanzo beans, they're grown in North Texas. Farmers grow olives [...]
By Jennifer Dorsett Summer. It’s a time for swimsuits, sunscreen and beach towels. But it’s also a time for fresh produce to fill up our baskets and stomachs. Summertime favorites include fresh peaches with homemade ice cream and corn on the cob served with a delicious steak. Many of us, including me, have fond memories [...]
By Kelly Bogard Roadside stands are open for business, and now is a great time to get fruits and veggies that are in season during early summer. And peaches are one of those tasty finds! Peaches are one of the first things I look for when stopping at a stand. I like the little ones [...]
Dear Texas Consumers, As farmers and ranchers, we have a passion for growing things. We take enormous pride in growing the necessities of life—not only the food that nurtures us, but the fiber that protects us from the sun, cold, wind and rain. We wonder why many hold our profession in disregard. We see and [...]
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 [...]