Submit Your Recipes for Lehman’s Upcoming Cookbook

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Cooking and baking are wonderful family traditions. Share the fun by submitting your favorite recipe!

Calling all cooks! We’re looking for mouthwatering, can’t-get-enough recipes for Lehman’s upcoming cookbook. Think you have a dish that will impress our taste buds? Then send it our way – it might just appear in our next cookbook! Continue reading

5 Vegan Recipes For An Animal-Friendly Easter

preparing vegan mealEaster is a celebration of life. For many, it is a celebration of Christ being resurrected and living once more. It’s also a time of new life and birth at the beginning of springtime. That’s why I choose to celebrate this day peacefully and compassionately. Continue reading

Noodle-y Recipes for National Noodle Month

chicken noodle soupEditor’s Note: Did you know March is National Noodle Month? It is also the month of “Eat Your Noodles” Day (March 11) and National Chicken Noodle Soup Day (March 13). In celebration, we’re sharing with you some noodle-filled recipes. Enjoy! Continue reading

Soup Recipes To Warm You Up

bowl of soupHappy National Soup Month! January is the perfect time to make a homemade batch of hot, hearty soup and warm up from the winter chill. Today we’re sharing with you two delicious soup recipes from Lehman’s Diamond Jubilee CookbookSo get the bowls ready – it’s going to be soup-er!
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Breakfast Casserole Welcomes Holiday Company

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The smell of melting cheese and browned sausage wakes up the company at our house. Our family has a tradition of enjoying this breakfast whenever we have overnight guests, especially over the holidays, usually on Christmas morning. Continue reading

The Delicious Tradition of Fondue

cheese fondueEditor’s Note: Fondue is a fond holiday tradition of the Lehman family, so today we’re sharing the yummy goodness with you! Keep reading to find two great fondue recipes, perfect for your holiday get-togethers.

When I was a young bride – receiving a fondue set as a bridal gift was as common as receiving a toaster. Having fondue parties were all the rage – then fondue faded from the spotlight. Fondue is now making a delicious comeback. Enjoyed with today’s artisan breads, cheeses and year-round availability of fresh fruits, it is a perfect time for fondue to be popular again. Continue reading

Prepare In Advance Meals For Company

Chicken Noodle Casserole

Find the recipe for easy Chicken Noodle Casserole and more below.

There are some days where there is nothing I enjoy more than planning meals and taking my time to cook the kind of meals that require hours of prep and leaves people oohing and ahhing. Sometimes, though, there just isn’t time. Thankfully, I’ve found quite a few crowd-pleasing recipes that I can whip together ahead of time and have ready in no time. Continue reading

How To Host a Vegetarian Thanksgiving

making vegetarian mealsThe holidays can be a hard time for people with restricted diets, whether they’re restricted by choice or by force. To be surrounded by piles and piles of holiday meals, treats, candies, and baked goods while trying to stay on your chosen diet plan can seem impossible. However, you can enjoy the holiday season and its deliciousness just as much with a restricted diet as with a regular one. It just takes some creativity and planning. Continue reading

Homemade Holiday Gifts to Start Making Now

making breadHoliday gifts that are handmade hold a special meaning beyond what can be had by store. Though the thought of making them now, in the height of harvesting, canning and, storing may seem misplaced, it is actually the perfect time to make them. Continue reading

Simple Tips to Foster a Love for the Kitchen in Children

mom and daughters in kitchenChildren love what we love. They respond positively when we are positive, and negatively when we are negative. They flourish when they feel trusted, appreciated, and welcomed. I am working hard as a parent to foster a love of food in my child and with my nieces and nephews, which I hope will lead to a love of food preparation and kitchens, where so much of life takes place! Here are a few simple methods I use to foster and encourage a love of kitchens, and all the cooking, baking, and cleaning that happens there. Continue reading