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Creating Kraut

By: Janie Ray Prichard   I used to spend most every summer in late July or early August, harvesting the cabbage from my Channing, TX garden and making sauerkraut in my beautiful 5-gallon crock from Marshall Pottery, and my father-in-law, Rondy Ray, a long-time ranch manager and cowman, was often my sous chef, pounding the … Continued

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The Freshest Eats: Dove Season Begins

For a good number of us the first week in September is filled with activities surrounding hunting license procurement, shell decisions for heavy or light loads, and late summer’s ritualistic cleaning of the trusty 870. Dove hunting in the Llano Estacado is a rite of passage. If fall’s Friday night lights mean that autumn has … Continued

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