Lehman's Country Life
Ideas for a Simpler LifeWed, 26 Apr 2017 14:00:00 +0000en-UShourly1https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.41488735Why Roger Gardens + Delicious Homemade Ketchup Recipe
http://blog.lehmans.com/rogers-garden/#respondWed, 26 Apr 2017 14:00:00 +0000http://blog.lehmans.com/?p=29245Continue reading →]]>http://blog.lehmans.com/rogers-garden/feed/02924525 Ways to Use Flour Sack Dishtowels Around the Home
http://blog.lehmans.com/25-ways-flour-sack-dishtowels/#respondMon, 24 Apr 2017 14:00:00 +0000http://blog.lehmans.com/?p=29328They’re super absorbent, lint free, and vastly superior to the decorative towels you might find at a department store. Continue reading →]]>http://blog.lehmans.com/25-ways-flour-sack-dishtowels/feed/029328Food: The Way It Was Meant To Be
http://blog.lehmans.com/food-way-meant/#respondFri, 21 Apr 2017 14:00:00 +0000http://blog.lehmans.com/?p=29209Choose simple, whole foods for your health and the health of the environment. For example, in fresh-churned butter, the only ingredient is cream. In apple cider, the only ingredient is apples. Continue reading →]]>http://blog.lehmans.com/food-way-meant/feed/029209A Sabbatical of Service
http://blog.lehmans.com/a-sabbatical-of-service/#respondWed, 19 Apr 2017 14:00:00 +0000http://blog.lehmans.com/?p=29230Did you know? Lehman's offers its staff the chance to take a break from work to serve others. Here, manager Amy Murray reflects on her recent sabbatical in Washington, DC. Continue reading →]]>http://blog.lehmans.com/a-sabbatical-of-service/feed/029230Eat Your Weeds!
http://blog.lehmans.com/eat-your-weeds/#respondFri, 14 Apr 2017 14:00:44 +0000http://empty.lehmans.com/?p=4394The saying suggests there is no free lunch, but foraging for spring greens comes mighty close to overturning that statement. Great recipe included! Continue reading →]]>http://blog.lehmans.com/eat-your-weeds/feed/04394
Why were we voted the best place to visit in Amish Country? Why is there “a store nowhere else” like us? Because we exist to create A Simpler Life for you and your loved ones. Jay Lehman opened Lehman’s in 1955 to serve the Amish with practical, non-electric tools, appliances and home goods. And along the way he learned from them the importance of offering satisfaction, sustainability and relationships to the community where we work and live, in an honest and understandable way. We exist to help you break through the clutter, chaos and confusion that is the modern world. You want to build traditions with your family, learn old-time skills, grow and harvest your own food, and we are here to help. Visit us any day (except Sunday, when we are closed so we can spend time with family) in the village of Kidron, Ohio. Please allow at least two hours to tour the store – it’s like going shopping and visiting a museum at the same time.