Campfire Traditions: Snacks To Delight

Our CampfireThis summer has seemed full of gloomy days, however, one thing that I love about that is how it makes me all the more grateful for the sunny clear days we are blessed with. On those days, there is nothing I’d rather do in the evening than sit around the campfire with friends. Continue reading

Learn How To Make Kimchi

Homemade Kimichi

Photo by Christopher Shockey

This magical “soul food” of Korea is popular worldwide and often appears on “super food” lists for its long list of health benefits. Let’s start by answering the question, what is kimchi? Continue reading

How to Make Strawberry Jam

Holding finished strawberry jam

Making homemade jam is simpler than you think.

Homemade strawberry jam has long since been a staple in the Lehman family kitchen. I grew up watching my brother eat it on toast, my dad scoop it up with crackers as a sweet dessert, and my mom prepare it from scratch. It wasn’t until recent years, however, that I joined her in the annual jam making. Continue reading

6 Tasty, Time-Saving Recipes for Easy Family Meals

Turkey Pear Salad

Turkey Pear Salad – keep reading to find the recipe below!

When a recipe states that it’s quick, easy, and delicious, my first response is typically skepticism. Quick and delicious? Sounds too good to be true. Continue reading

Homemade Ice Cream: How to Create the Perfect Flavors

girl with ice creamEditor’s Note: July is National Ice Cream Month, and we’re celebrating with making our own ice cream. Read on to discover yummy ways to create the best homemade ice cream.

“The whole is only as good as the sum of its parts” definitely applies when making homemade ice cream. Why? Because of the simplicity of taking 3 common ingredients; dairy, eggs, and sugar, and changing them into luscious, creamy ice cream is awesome. Once you have homemade ice cream, you will never look at grocery store ice cream the same again! Continue reading

From the Garden: Veggie Taco Tuesday

veggie tacosVeggie Taco Tuesday? What do veggies and tacos have to do with each other? Well, I don’t know about your family but mine loves tacos. They could probably eat them almost every day. And why not? They have to be one of the most versatile foods on earth and even my pickiest eater will eat them at home when she can make them herself. Continue reading

Eating Fresh: How to Make Homemade Rhubarb Custard

Getting ready to make custard

Editor’s Note:  Cooking and baking with fresh food doesn’t have to be complicated. Author Kathy Harrison will show you how to use rhubarb from your backyard to create a simple, mouthwatering dessert. Enjoy!

After a winter of food primarily from the freezer, root cellar or cannery, it is time for something fresh. Today I found the rhubarb poking up. Rhubarb is not fancy. It doesn’t have the panache of asparagus not the beauty of a strawberry. It is rather plain but therein lies its virtue. It is a reliable old friend, growing well despite erratic weather. It is just as happy during a warm, dry spring as it is when April is wet and cold. I think every yard should have a clump or two. Continue reading

Warm Up With Slow Cooker Chili and Easy Corn Bread

lehman's diamond jubilee cookbookIt’s that time of the year where warm, hearty meals truly hit the spot. Today we’re sharing with you two simple recipes from Lehman’s Diamond Jubilee Cookbook. We hope you’ll feel warm and content with this yummy, filling chili and corn bread. Continue reading