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Top 5 reasons to be thankful for agriculture

By Julie Tomascik ’Tis the season of giving. The season to be thankful. And a time of reflection. The Thanksgiving holiday means many things to many folks. Oftentimes, those link back to agriculture and the farm and ranch families—like those in the Lone Star State. They care for Mother Nature’s most precious resources. Consider the [...]

‘Tis the season for a food thermometer

By Jessica Domel With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, loved ones gathering and kids out of school, it can be easy to overlook even the simplest tasks. I typically forget at least one or two items on the grocery list, for example. We’re pulled in so many directions this time of [...]

How much will Thanksgiving cost?

A time for family, fun and cost-savings. Yup, you read that right. You can carve your Thanksgiving turkey—and eat it, too—without digging deep into your wallet. Because prices are down during this holiday season. For the second year in a row. And shoppers are flooding grocery stores to prep for the holiday feast. Finding those [...]

Roasted Sweet Potatoes

By Kelly Bogard There are certain things that are sacred about Thanksgiving at our home. I do not know if this happens in every family in the U.S., or the South or Texas or maybe we are weird, but there are certain things that have remained the same for as long as I can remember [...]

Thanksgiving feast more than food

By Nathan Smith I love Thanksgiving! Who’s with me? It’s a wonderful time of year for foodies because of the diversity of dishes, the new twists on old recipes and the comfort in familiar tastes. This time of year across the country, harvests are wrapping up and American farmers and ranchers have been hard at [...]

November 22, 2011|Categories: Texas Products|Tags: , , |1 Comment