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Cutting raw sugarcane.Texas Country Reporter turns fifty in October 2022. Each week until then, we’ll share classic episodes from the show’s history and behind-the-scenes reflections from TCR’s creator and host, Bob Phillips. When I think about the difference in the way I grew up and the way my dad grew up, it’s almost like we are from two different planets. He was born and raised in a tiny country house with no electricity or indoor plumbing. They raised what they ate and sold any extra for the cash they needed.I was born in a big city where we had things like a refrigerator and an indoor bathroom. Our food came from the nearest grocery store, where my mom picked up things like the butter and syrup that we used on our…

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