It’s National Dairy Month! Support our Texas dairy farmers by buying and eating dairy products!
By Justin Walker We’ve entered the second month of the government shutdown. How does that affect agriculture? How about your food? Farmers and ranchers are impacted by the shutdown because they don’t have access to production reports, access to farm bill programs and resources from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In the era when internet [...]
By Jennifer Dorsett I recently picked up some coconut-flavored yogurt, only to get home and realize it was a container of fermented coconut juice. I was confused. Non-dairy “yogurt.” Almond milk. Coconut milk. Soy milk. Cashew cheese. Frozen desserts meant to imitate ice cream. All labeled just like dairy and placed right next to the [...]
By Kelly Bogard Soups and stews are a mainstay in our house through the fall and winter months. There's just something soothing about that warm, savory meal that makes my soul happy. We are just past our second cold front of the year here is Central Texas, and my soup pot is screaming to get [...]
By Haley Herzog What can be served cold or hot and is stacked with layers of Texas-grown foods? Ah yes, the sandwich. It can be savory or sweet. Hearty or light. Crispy, juicy and everything in between. August is National Sandwich Month and what better way to celebrate than taking a bite out of a [...]