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Eating a Haystack

Really a glorified taco salad, haystacks have been around for at least few generations, although no one seems to remember how long exactly.

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Then and Now: Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is May 10, 2015. How has it changed since 1955 (the year Lehman’s opened)? And how has it stayed the same? Plus, 5 great ways to spoil mom this Mother’s Day.

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It’s That Time Again, Part 2: 200 Gallons!

If you have at least one or two Maple trees, give it a whirl. Any Maple will work–even Silver Maple. You can boil the sap down on your kitchen stove, and put some moisture into your house. That’s not a bad thing after the dry air of winter.

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The Real St. Paddy’s Day Food

To really celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, make some delicious Champ — or go all out and have a traditional Ulster Fry. Get the authentic Irish recipes here!

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Heirloom Recipes for Pi Day

Homemade pie. We all have our favorites! Here are the standout winners of our impromptu office poll (we’re sharing the secret family recipes, too!).

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Sweet Syrup from Your Own Backyard!

With just a few maple trees, you can make your own sugary-sweet maple syrup! It doesn’t take a lot of fancy equipment; in fact, about the most expensive thing you will need is time.

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