Our newest cookbook is here. Keep reading to find a FREE recipe from our Sapphire Cookbook.
We’re excited to introduce our brand new cookbook, Lehman’s Sapphire Cookbook Collection, in honor of our upcoming 65th anniversary.
So that you can celebrate the simpler life by cooking with family and friends, we have compiled over 650 recipes in honor of you, our customer, and your loyalty for over six and a half decades. Our customers, our employees and our relatives have all contributed to this curated collection of yum! Continue reading
Today is the last day of National Preparedness Month. (Anyone else wondering where September went?) So, in celebration, we’ve gathered up our top posts all about being prepared, from providing safe water to emergency lighting. Continue reading
Fall is here, which also means some beautiful fall flowers are in bloom! (Photo by Elizabeth Geiser)
September is a very full month for us on the homestead as we continue to preserve food for winter plus one of my cash crops is in full bloom and needs harvested frequently – dahlias! A good portion of our one acre plus garden space is for growing food for our family, but we also have space for some cash crops to help with farm income. Continue reading
Each season has its wonderful things about it that make it so great. Continue reading
Preparedness expert Kathy Harrison will be at Lehman’s Fall Festival September 21! Read on to learn more about Kathy and her newest book.
“We forget how fragile normal really is,” Kathy Harrison once noted. “It would take very little for the shelves to be empty, the water tap to be dry, 911 to stop responding and a blank screen to greet us when we pick up our cell phones. A terrible storm, a cyber-attack, or a failed power grid could leave us sitting in the dark and completely unprepared with the skills, supplies and tools you need to handle the situation. Panic is never good and a lot of people would panic.” Continue reading
Proprietor Galen Lehman (on left) with his daughter Lindsay, granddaughter Elliana, and father and Founder Jay Lehman
Editor’s Note: In celebration of Grandparents Day (Sunday, Sept. 8), Proprietor Galen Lehman is sharing his story of family and the joys of being a grandpa.
Someone once said, “When the child you love has a child you love, you understand why being a grandparent is so grand.” Continue reading
As we start our downhill slide to Fall, we are gifted with the bounty of the harvest. Included in that bounty is yellow squash. In all honesty, yellow squash could go into a category all its own if your garden is like mine. The rate that my squash plants produce fruit is magical. I don’t think that we had one seed that didn’t sprout and one flower that didn’t produce. Continue reading
Burnout. It’s a real thing…and not just when it hasn’t rained enough one summer and your garden is struggling. As a new homesteader, it’s tempting to get one of everything that sounds interesting…especially if it’s a good deal. I mean, if two feeder pigs is good, then a breeding pair is better! If a beehive is good, then two is better. If a few pet goats to nibble the brambles is good, then OF COURSE a pregnant dairy goat is better. Continue reading
This month we savored the harvest, from baking gourmet treats to drying our fresh produce for later. (Photo by Elizabeth Geiser)
August means everything is ripe on the homestead. After many months of planting and weeding, we are finally reaping an abundant harvest. The garden is gushing forth produce, fruit trees and berry bushes are laden, chickens need processed, flowers need picked almost daily and more. Continue reading
Here’s Joel Salatin speaking at the 2019 Country Living Workshop at Lehman’s.
There were so many good takeaways from the 2019 Country Living Workshop at Lehman’s. We literally took home some nets and crawdads from the Kids’ creek stomping class as well as homemade noodles from their first class. Continue reading