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Lost Ruby Ranch Rocks Typical Retirement Scene

Lost Ruby Ranch Rocks Typical Retirement Scene

How many start thinking 30 years in advance about what to do in retirement? Paul Allen of Lost Ruby Ranch gently strokes his friendly, almost domesticated, goats and talks about what has led him to an active retirement gig. That is milking goats twice a […]

Time to Reboot Farmers Markets

Time to Reboot Farmers Markets

Is it time to reboot farmers markets? Absolutely! Remember watching FOOD, INC, and reading Michael Pollen’s book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma.  There became an outpouring of shocking concern for the large industrial foods we were eating.  This surge in awareness of where your food was coming […]

Best of the Summer Starts with Seeds in the Winter

Best of the Summer Starts with Seeds in the Winter

January is the month for new starts! For me that meant, planting the little summer garden seeds in makeshift trays on the windowsill. Guess this was a holdover from my favorite school activity of growing a bean on a paper towel in a plastic bag […]

Y2018: Seasons Layered in the FT33 Larder

Y2018: Seasons Layered in the FT33 Larder

Pulling from the rhythm of the seasons, Matt McCallister, chef and owner of FT33, is hitting stride. A year has passed since the purposeful change to source all ingredients grown or raised in Texas. Now going into year two? “Yes, we are taking a deeper […]