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Reuben Sliders

By Kelly Bogard I love holidays. Not any one in particular, but any of them. It's a chance for me to cook something unique to represent the day. And St. Patrick's Day is no exception. From Soda Bread to Cabbage, there are great recipes for this holiday. And although the [...]

Tex-Mex Pizza

By Kelly Bogard Tex-Mex is a way of life here in Texas. I can't think of many times I have gone more than a few days without having a taco, enchilada or at least chips and salsa. But I like to mix things up, too. Keeps my family on their [...]

Back to Basics: Buttermilk Ranch Dressing

By Kelly Bogard Salad dressing. It's a pretty common staple in my house and probably in yours, too. But each of us likes something a little bit different. And there is plenty to choose from at the grocery store. Different brands, flavors, amounts and more. Things have certainly changed from [...]

Texas Sheet Cake Cookies

By Kelly Bogard "Texas, our Texas! All hail the mighty state!" I have had the lyrics to this song, by William J. Marsh and Gladys Yoakum Wright, running through my head for a few weeks now. Ever since our intern, Landee, suggested I make this week's recipe for Texas Independence [...]

Sloppy Joes

By Kelly Bogard Sometimes life can be messy. As I watched my dogs dig in the wet ground earlier this week, that's exactly what crossed my mind—the mess that would follow. But I was okay with it, because we needed the rain. And Texas farmers needed the rain. It delayed planting for [...]

Homemade Moon Pies

By Kelly Bogard Love is in the air with Valentine's Day just a few days away. Some give a box of chocolates. Others flowers. Even a sweet card. But show those you love how much you care with something homemade from the kitchen. Sure, you could make these Chocolate Chip Cookies or [...]

Sweet Fire Chicken Wings

By Kelly Bogard The biggest football game of the year is set for Sunday. And it's in Houston, Texas, although no Texas teams are playing. Some will be cheering for the New England Patriots. Others for the Atlanta Falcons. I'm rooting for agriculture. From game day food to cotton for [...]

Farmers’ Pork Chops

By Kelly Bogard Have you ever sat down and really thought about where your food comes from? In the United States, we have the luxury of grocery stores close to our homes with plenty of options for even the pickiest of eaters. But where did that food really come from? [...]

Flan

By Kelly Bogard January is National Baking Month. And for some of us, it's like getting an extra holiday after the holidays. Baking can be therapeutic. It’s a creative outlet, stimulates the senses and serves as nourishment. The smells that fill the kitchen are an added bonus. And baking for entertaining, [...]

Broccoli Almondine

By Kelly Bogard Are you on a mission to eat a little healthier this year? I know I am. And you're probably thinking about eating more fresh fruits and vegetables, right? Me, too. But what happens when the same old recipes become boring and uninteresting? It gets tougher to get [...]