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Peanut Brittle

By Kelly Bogard Packed with protein and robust flavor, peanuts are one of my favorite midday snacks. March is National Peanut Month, and I'm so excited to celebrate. And with any celebration you need something sweet, right? I've already shown you how to make peanut butter and peanut butter cookies, so I thought this week [...]

Kylito’s Smothered Steak

By Kelly Bogard Dinner for two. A lost art with growing families and busy schedules. Work, after school activities, volunteering. It takes up your time. And kids have pickier palates. Mac and cheese. A good corn dog or two. Maybe some green veggies in the mix. That’s what’s on their menu. And it can be [...]

Celebrating sorghum

By Jessica Domel Whether you’re shipping a package to grandma, enjoying a gluten-free cereal or simply feeding the chickens, you’re using one of the world’s most versatile crops–sorghum. Sometimes called maize or milo, grain sorghum is planted across the globe because it adapts so easily to almost any environment. We use it for all kinds [...]

Find family fun at state, county fairs

By Jessica Domel Texans, get ready. It’s. County. Fair. Time. The time of year when families and friends come together to ooh and aah over exhibits that have taken weeks and even months for local youth to put together. Colorful quilts. Fabulous photos. Breathtaking crafts. It’s where eating fried junk foods is allowed, and sometimes [...]

Transformation Tuesday: Wheat field to kitchen table

By Michelle Hochstein Fresh bread, warm from the oven. Cereal, morning or midnight. Flour to bake a cake. Noodles for spaghetti. What do all of these have in common? Wheat. It’s the primary grain used in foods we love to eat. Pastries. Crackers. And don’t forget tortillas. In fact, about three-quarters of all U.S. grain-based [...]