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We’re nuts about Texas peanuts

By Julie Tomascik It’s a nutty month. And no, not because our Texas weather can’t decide if it should be winter, fall, spring or summer. But because it’s National Peanut Month. And Texas is the fourth largest peanut-producing state in the nation. Salted. Fire roasted. In a cookie or inside chocolate. Stuffed between two slices [...]

5 ways agriculture plays in the Super Bowl

By Julie Tomascik Chicken wings. Peanuts. And you can't forget the pigskins, give or take a few pounds of air. Those can mean only one thing. Super Bowl weekend. The biggest game of the year is just a few days away. And while New England Patriots fans pray for good passes from Tom Brady and [...]

Smarty Pants Pitas

By Kelly Bogard Ah yes, it's that time of year. The house gets a little quieter as the kids leave to fill the hallways of their schools with excitement for a new school year. My little Butters isn't quite old enough for "big kid" school yet, but that doesn't stop her from talking about it. [...]

August 24, 2012|Categories: Fruits, Healthy Kids, Kid-Friendly Meals, Recipes, Wheat|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

A world without peanuts?

By Nathan Smith Baseball season is in full swing and with it comes one of my favorite aspects of the game–roasted peanuts!  I thoroughly enjoy sitting in the Ballpark in Arlington watching the Rangers throw down on the Yankees, but what is any baseball game without this major league snack? The Lone Star State is the [...]

April 26, 2011|Categories: Specialty Crops, Texas Products|Tags: , , , |0 Comments