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Baked Apples

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A warm holiday fruit delight
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Homemade Caramel Apples

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Sweet and salty treats do the trick

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Notes and Quotes: Bits and briefs on beneficial bats, the Food Safety Modernization Act and ‘Bad Karma’

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A researcher at Southern Illinois University Carbondale (SIU) has confirmed something a lot of farmers and conservationists have suspected for a long time — bats do agriculture a world of good.
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The Invisible Track Highway

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Texas only had 100 miles of paved road in 1923, the same year that the Texas Highway Department (now the Texas Department of Transportation) assumed responsibility for the maintenance of the state’s roads through an act of the 35th legislature. Gov. Jim “Pa” Ferguson signed the legislation creating the highway department in 1917, and for the rest of his public life he milked the department like it was his own cash cow — which it actually was.
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Bacon Jam

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Savory, salty and sweet bacon delight

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Fiesta Chicken Salad

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A spicy, diverse dish

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Prairie Dog Lawyers

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We don’t usually mention lawyers when we talk about the hardships our pioneer ancestors endured on the Texas frontier, but we should. Being a pioneer anything meant doing without the civilities of civilization, at least in the short term. Frontier lawyers had to ply their trade without the luxury of, well, law.
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Farm Bureau, farmers big winners in state supreme court decision on ‘prior appropriations system’ of water allocation

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Things will be different along the Brazos River when the next drought hits, thanks to a Texas Supreme Court decision in February to let stand a lower court ruling that the state can’t divvy up water based on its own criteria during a drought, or any other time.
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The Devolving Longhorn: This iconic symbol of Texas is in far shorter supply than you might think

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The Texas longhorn is in decline, and we’re not talking about the University of Texas football team. The animal, which represents more than any other breed the heritage of the Texas cattle industry, is on The Livestock Conservancy’s “critically endangered” list.
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