I live and work with my multi-generational family in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. We have a farm of cows and calves, wool sheep, dairy goats, rabbits, ducks, geese, chickens, honey bees, a horse and a donkey. We have a goat's milk soap and bath products line available on our farm web site. I enjoy reading, quilting and doing embroidery.
Whether you’re following a meatless diet or cutting back on meat, protein is still a building block necessary to your health. Here’s how you can make complete proteins a part of your daily diet – easily!
If visions of Easter hams danced through your head all winter long, yet you can’t shake the idea of some succulent leg of lamb, we have the perfect menu for you. Let both the ham and the lamb be stars, served with fresh, colorful springtime side dishes. Continue reading →
Preparing and enjoying hot, hearty meals can be a reality in your house! Try these recipes for “cook once, eat twice” meats. You prepare the main ingredients once and then enjoy them a second way. Continue reading →
Here in the mountain foothills of North Carolina, July and August are the time to start canning and pickling. Many varieties of hot peppers grow like weeds in our hot southern summers. Here are some great recipes you can make to preserve that sweet, spicy deliciousness and enjoy it all winter long. Continue reading →
Say “pecans” and most people think of pies and other delicious desserts. But the rich flavor of the pecan makes it ideal for savory dishes, too. And since April is National Pecan Month, it’s the perfect time to enjoy these versatile nuts! Continue reading →
My Mommy’s people lived on a family dairy farm in Upper New York State. I have wonderful memories of going to see family and the farm as a child. My Grandma always had a small garden surrounded by rocks, just a step away from the kitchen door. Continue reading →
Get started on a lush, productive 4’x4′ raised bed; that’s 16 sq ft of vegetables, fruits and herbs, right in your own backyard. A smart choice for both beginners and gardeners who want to expand garden space quickly and easily. No tools or digging required. At Lehmans.com and our store in Kidron, Ohio.
It’s finally spring! Time to put those garden plans you made during the winter into action.
For me, now is the time for my raised garden beds to get a thorough going over. I look to see what repairs will be needed andwhich beds have to be replaced. I also lay out where I want new ones – because I believe, like me, you will find gardening in raised beds is very addictive. One is not enough. Continue reading →
Believe it or not, among other things March is National Noodle Month. And really, who doesn’t love noodles? Homemade or store-bought, they’re a comfort-food staple and one of the most versatile things you can keep in your pantry. Try these hearty recipes this month – and quit noodling around for dinner ideas!