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Triple Meat Pizza Bread

Jan 24, 14 Triple Meat Pizza Bread

By Kelly Bogard

I don’t know about y’all, but I am a “snacky” kind of person. I would just as soon snack all day as sit down for a full-blown meal. And next weekend is the perfect time to be a snacker. There is a big football game next weekend. Two teams playing in New York. I will most likely have a house full of people, not watching the game but the commercials.

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Traveling Texas

Jan 21, 14 Traveling Texas

By Jessica Domel

I love so many things about living in the Lone Star State. We have such great foods, the friendliest people and almost every type of geography you could ever want.

I’ve been traveling this state for over a year now with the Texas Farm Bureau, and I’ve come to realize that I could do this for most of my life and never feel like I’ve seen everything there is to see.

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Egg Boats

Jan 17, 14 Egg Boats

By Kelly Bogard

One of my most cherished times with my family is Saturday morning breakfast. Unfortunately, with sports, birthday parties and play dates, this rarely happens. What’s a good Momma to do? Well, I get up before everyone else and get to cooking. Within about two minutes of starting, I have help though. I guess maybe I make too much noise.

I absolutely love when “Butters” helps me in the kitchen. To see her learn is one of the best parts of being her Mom. She has become quite the little chef and could probably do everything for this recipe minus the cutting of the vegetables, frying the bacon and using the oven. So for right now, I am still needed. I see that not being the case in the not-so-distant future, though.

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Bowl of truth

Jan 14, 14 Bowl of truth

By Julie Vrazel

These days anyone with an opinion is considered an expert, especially when it comes to food discussions on the Internet. But I think the real food experts are the farmers and ranchers who grow our food and fiber.

And genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are no exception to their expertise.

General Mills recently announced its original-flavored Cheerios will now be labeled as “Not Made With Genetically Modified Ingredients.” As great as that might sound to food activists, that’s not an official certification.

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White Chili

Jan 10, 14 White Chili

By Kelly Bogard

There is nothing that makes me happier than taking care of my family. Making sure that D and Butters are well cared for is at the top of my to do list daily. But in order to take care of them, I have to take care of me. Eating healthy is just one of the ways I can do that. Bonus: Cooking healthy affects the whole family, not just me. So every time I make a meal that is good for me, I am also making one that is good for them.

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A new you in the New Year?

Jan 07, 14 A new you in the New Year?

By Jessica Domel

I love the beginning of a new year. Realistically I realize that there’s probably not that much difference between Dec. 31, 2013 and Jan. 1, 2014, but on a psychological level, it’s really nice to feel like there’s this huge blank canvas of a new year just waiting for us to make our impressions.

Of course, with every new year comes the New Year’s resolutions. I’m not going to lie, I don’t like New Year’s resolutions. So many people dream so big about what they’ll change about themselves in the new year that they’re only let down when they realize you can’t lose 50 pounds in a month. Well, you might be able to, but it probably isn’t healthy.

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