As a kid, my family's Spring Break vacations included driving to Amarillo and seeing our cattle in the feedlot. We would end up with close to 12,000 head of cattle there throughout the course of the year, so it was more than just a drive in the pasture to check on the herd. The trip … Continue reading Woman Downs Three 72oz Texas Steaks in an Hour
1/4 tsp salt 2 cloves garlic, minced 2 teaspoons cumin seeds 4 beef tenderloin steaks, cut 1 inch thick Your favorite summer salad It's a hot day in the middle of summer, you have a few friends coming over and you need to fire up the grill for a quick meal. What better way to … Continue reading Grilled Tenderloin Steaks with Summer Salad | Recipe
Where does your favorite cut of steak come from? During my #BigSkyMove, I had the opportunity to visit Manhattan, Kansas, specifically my friends Brandon and Jodi Oleen. Jodi works for the Kansas Pork Association and Brandon with one of the Beef Cattle units at Kansas State University. Talk about house divided when it comes to … Continue reading #BigSkyMove: Manhattan Kansas serves up a great steak diagram
I've been working on some February "Heart Healthy Beef" posts, but thought it appropriate to go ahead and share this clip. Take the poll. How do you prefer your steak? What's your favorite cut? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Yeah, I think that title pretty much hits it dead on. Last week, I was rambling around the kitchen, found my favorite Trail Boss' Cowboy Cookbook, and made what I consider a pretty decent excuse for chicken fried steak and skillet gravy. It's the kinda meal that Hits. The. Spot. if ya know what I … Continue reading Chicken Fried Steak Equals Comfort Food
Last night I was pacing the kitchen, digging through the fridge, looking for something to eat. A few weeks ago I bought some flat-iron steaks on sale and stuck them in the freezer for safe keeping. There's a start. I love my beef, but it's nice to do something with it. On the counter I … Continue reading Trail Boss’ Cowboy Cookbook
Ever make the connection between tomorrow's Super Bowl in snowy Dallas? From the footballs used to your favorite snacks, Texas Agriculture gives a big boost to the gridiron game plan. Thanks to the North Texas E-News for these AgFacts!Leather is used to make footballs and Texas leads the nation in cattle with more than 13 million head … Continue reading The Super Bowl and Texas Agriculture
Where has summer gone? Tonight will mark the beginning of fall and a special Harvest moon. (Read about that on my AgProud blog!) I am in Stillwater, Oklahoma this week talking to possible feedyard recruits at Oklahoma State University. It is a rather weird experience to be on the other side of the table. Last … Continue reading No Steak for Cattle Feeders?