The Chicken Coop

On a sweltering summer afternoon, a family of four—the Tatums—seasons, fries, and assembles fried-chicken wing meals for an ever-growing line of people outside of their food truck. Fresh food provides a welcome distraction from the heat to customers who’ve waited for over half an hour for their food—an indictor not of the service available from […]

Sweet Sipz

Sweet Sipz Texas is a mobile drink and cookie business that puts a twist on classic fountain drinks with additional flavors, syrups, and creams. Customers can look forward to a new “cookie of the week” along with five regular flavors. Though Sweet Sipz largely serves the Amarillo/Canyon area, its origins spread further west.  The current […]

Sister Edie’s Sweet Temptations & Crafts

“Sister Edie” frequently paces around her house in prayer about the different kinds of flavor combinations she can infuse in new recipes for her business’s baked goods, canned goods, and chocolates. Sister Edie’s Sweet Temptations and Crafts is a culmination of these ideas and inspirations. This business is also the legacy of a lifetime of […]

Square Mile Community Development’s 3rd Annual (urban) Farm to Table Dinner- Amarillo, TX

The greenery of the urban garden nestled into the back of St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Amarillo rivals the gardens one finds in a botanical. You are invited into a world of growth and possibility with beautiful flowers and buds of new peppers being grown for the season. It was a delight to have a […]

Farmers Markets in Red River Headwaters & Canadian River Area

From Canyon, TX to Woodward, OK As we start to move out of the bitter cold of winter and into sunshine is coming the one thing on the horizon. Where are the local farmers’ markets to visit on the weekends? A fun activity that is becoming more in demand as people start looking toward getting […]

Schaffer Farm – Clarendon, TX

The owners of Schaffer Farm, Blair and Blanc Schaffer (Pictured with their grandson), built their CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm in a time of chaos. However, the road it took them may have been hard, but the twists and turns are quite amazing.  “We had to shut down our gym in 2020 because of the […]

Gee Family Farm

“Who is the pumpkin expert?” Asked an excited boy with a huge pumpkin at hand. “That is me,” Michelle Gee, co-owner of the Gee Family Farm.  “Can I eat this pumpkin?”  “No, unfortunately, what you have is for jack-o-lanterns. What you need is a Cinderella pumpkin,” she says and points over to an array of […]

Creek House Honey Farm

Creek House Honey Farm

If you are looking for something sweet and savory to eat then I suggest the Creek House Honey Farm and Winery in Canyon Texas. I took a visit back in June to enjoy their amazing Lavender Festival where guests can come and cut their own bouquet of lavender! Every type of person was there to […]

A Look Back at 2023

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“A long, loving look at the real” is the meaning of contemplation, or being contemplative. I have loved this definition ever since I learned of it from Fr. Richard Rohr and want to give you all a reflective look back on this last year; one that’s less of a grocery list of achievements or a monologue […]

Listen to our Food Producer Calls Anytime!

This year, we held monthly calls for Local Food Producers. Each month’s call covered a different topic in food production. Pun intended: these discussions were incredibly fruitful. ;)  We realized that this is an incredible asset for our audience, and that many people might want to re-listen to these calls over the winter months as […]

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