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Potato Skins

By Kelly Bogard This Sunday officially marks the end of one of my favorite times of year. We aren't changing seasons or the time on our clocks. No, it is the final football game of the 2015-2016 season. I like other sports, but none compare to the excitement and fellowship of football. It really is [...]

Great to be part of the Farm Bureau team!

By Justin Green Hey Texas Table Top family! My name is Justin Green, and I would like to invite you along as I start my career at Texas Farm Bureau! My agriculture background started the day I was born. My dad was a high school agricultural teacher for 17 years, which sparked my interest in [...]

Roasted Root Vegetables

By Kelly Bogard Not all vegetables are created equal. For that matter, lots of produce are that way. Some grow on trees. Or bushes. There are vegetables that grow above the ground. And others that grow below. Those—the ones that grow under—are what I really like to cook with this time of year. Roasted vegetables just seem [...]

5 ways agriculture can affect you in 2016

By Julie Tomascik A headline. It’s eye opening. But is it true? It’s how we get our news in today’s fast-paced society. Short snippets catch our attention and influence our decisions, including those about agriculture. Like food choices, farming and ranching practices and more. But it’s a new year. A time to ask questions. And [...]

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 [...]

GMO fear isn’t justified

By Julie Tomascik Like safe, nutritious foods? At an affordable price? Genetic modification has long played a role to bring that to your dinner table. Every day. Although it’s been highly debated. Often criticized. And never fully appreciated. It’s a well-known food fight. One that CBS News tackled this weekend. Taking a look at GMOs [...]