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Summertime is market time

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 [...]

Spicy Peach Grilled Chicken

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 [...]

Have you had a tough year?

By Justin Walker Have you ever had a tough year? Bank account is a little low. Your car breaks down. And tough decisions weigh on you. Farmers and ranchers can relate, because they face similar issues, too. There’s the cost of seed, fuel and fertilizer. Tractors break down. The stress piles on as they play [...]

May 22, 2018|Categories: Drought, Featured, Texas Agriculture, Texas Products|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Transformation Tuesday: Peanuts

By Jennifer Dorsett A snack for America’s favorite pastime. Tasty homemade candy and nut mixes. Or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich just the way you like it—a thick smear of peanut butter and the crusts cut off. What do they all have in common? Peanuts. But how do they get from the field to [...]

Organic v. conventional: What’s the difference?

By Amy Halfmann I love grocery pickup. Order online, someone fights the crowds for you, the babies sleep while another someone loads the groceries. What could be the problem? Accidentally selecting the wrong groceries. Sometimes online shopping can be deceiving. I thought I was buying plain ole yellow squash and zucchini. Except when I got [...]