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Will Rural Texans Derail Metros’ Dreams of High Speed Rail?

A slate of proposed bills in the Texas legislature introduced by representatives from rural districts hope to make life difficult for Texas' bullet train project
By Peter Simek
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Portrait of a Peach Farmer: Dale Ham of Ham Orchards

Last year I toured the Ham Orchards with Dale Ham. I got to know his family and sat down with them several times to record their story.
By Nancy Nichols
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Celebration of Tom ‘Spiceman’ Spicer’s Life Set for Sunday

Details on the party to celebrate the life of Tom Spicer are here.
By Nancy Nichols
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Urban Acres Gets a New Chef: David Rodriguez

If you haven’t stopped in to this groovy spot on Beckley Avenue in Oak Cliff, add it to your things-to-do list. The shelves are lined with nifty food products, produce, and dairy products. New chef David Rodriguez has updated the breakfast and lunch menus.
By Nancy Nichols
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Peach Porn: Head to Ham Orchards Before the End of the Season

The peach harvest this year has been phenomenal. Head out to Ham Orchards this weekend and see for yourself. Go early and get in line for Eddie Deen’s barbecue. Then grab a rocking chair and enjoy a cup of soft swirl peach ice cream. (Or strawberry. It’s a jump ball on which is better.) I came home with a bushel of peaches
By Nancy Nichols

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Blue Mesa Grill Announces 18th Annual Hatch Chile Festival

Ahoy, chileheads! Hatch chile season is just around the corner. Not too many Dallas restaurants do a better job of roasting and serving them than Blue Mesa.
By Nancy Nichols
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The Secret Life of Ugly Produce

Fruits and veggies that don't fit aesthetic standards get tossed out by the ton.
By Rochell Van Deurzen
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Rosewood Ranches & Jack Rose Cattle Co Introduce Texas Wagyu Beef

A top-of-the-line sustainable Wagyu is hitting the local market.
By Rochell Van Deurzen
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Food Politics: Farm-to-Table Caucus Listening Session at Dallas Farmers Market

Friday morning, area farmers and Dallas Farmers Market personnel filed into the second floor of the Dallas Farmers Market administration building for a listening session with area representatives as part of the kickoff of the Texas Farm-to-Market tour, a part of the Texas House Farm-to-Table Caucus.
By Staci Parks
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Food Politics: Farm-to-Table Caucus Dinner at Dallas Farmers Market

Last Thursday, the Dallas Farmer’s Market played host to the city’s first Farm-to-Table Caucus Dinner. Texas House representatives from opposites sides of the aisle spearheaded the event to support local farmers and ranchers throughout the state.
By Rachel Saldana