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Faith, hope and love in the time of coronavirus

2020 has been particularly brutal, but with a little faith, hope and love, we’ll make it through. Farmers and ranchers can show us how.

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Peanut allergy may someday be a thing of the past

Could peanut allergies be a thing of the past? Jennifer Dorsett discusses some of the new research that indicates ways to combat the allergy on Texas Table Top.

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The struggle for broadband in rural America

By Julie Tomascik Loading. Loading. Loading. Oh, wait. Disconnected. For many in rural Texas and in rural areas across the nation, it’s an all too familiar feeling when trying to stream content, check email or upload files. It’s been said the internet is just a rumor in some parts of remote Texas. Once considered a [...]

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Mystery seeds from overseas

In a scam that brings Jack and the Beanstalk to mind, Americans are receiving packages containing unmarked packets of seed. But planting them could be dangerous to American agriculture!

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Creole shrimp with homemade creamed corn

Our homemade creamed corn is a wonderful base for a quick and easy summertime shrimp dish.

Homemade creamed corn

Homemade creamed corn is nothing like the stuff from a can. It’s better. So, give this recipe a try. Your family and your taste buds will thank you.