August 2013 Photo Contest
Focus on Texas: Let’s Eat!
Hey, there’s plenty here for everyone, so dig in

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    A squirrel tries its best to get into a jar of peanut butter. Anthony Etzler, San Bernard EC, sent this in.
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    A squirrel tries its best to get into a jar of peanut butter. Anthony Etzler, San Bernard EC, sent this in.
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    ­Every year, Tamra Bolton’s family celebrates special occasions with boiled crawfish. She says daughter Rachel Vickers can really put the mudbugs down. Both Tamra and Rachel belong to Cherokee County EC.
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    Lauren Summers, daughter of Kate Summers, Bandera EC, feeds her chickens in Pipe Creek.
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    Julie Gibson, Pedernales EC, caught this dynamic moment when granddaughter Kaela Truesdell decided to share her birthday cake with her mommy (and Julie’s daughter) Caitlyn Truesdell as husband Jason looks on.
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    ­Peggy Patterson, United Cooperative Services, says honorary granddaughter Harper Kendrick Jones loves watermelon—and clearly is not willing to share.
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    Michelle Yero, CoServ Electric, caught her husband, Vincent, enjoying an ear of roasted corn on the cob at the Dickens Festival in Plano.
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    Let’s salsa! Thank you Samantha Dorsett, Deep East Texas EC, for letting us soak up Spanish culture with this photo from the Poteet Strawberry Festival.
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    Emily White, granddaughter of Rhonda Hunnicutt, thoroughly enjoyed her slice of watermelon on her visit to Luling.
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    Four-year old Trevor Boatman, son of Stacy Boatman, Pedernales EC, devours a prized turkey leg at the Comal County Fair.
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    Lea Rothrock, Houston County EC, calls this photo ‘Kimball v. Cinnamon Roll,’ in which her husband attempts to eat a roll as big as his head.

Who’s hungry? A lot of you, apparently. We loved your photos of family, friends and animals digging in—forks and knives optional. Although we can’t dish out all of our favorites, the ones that take the cake here should satisfy your appetite.

TAGS: Contests, Focus on Texas, Food, Photography


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