The Recipes of Fall: Chicken Barley Chili

Chicken ChiliAs the weather gets cooler, it’s the perfect time to serve up hot, comforting meals. Chili is one of our top choices! Today we’re sharing with you a delicious take on chili right from our newest cookbook. So, get the bowls and crackers ready! Continue reading

The Recipes of Fall: Apple Blossom Cake

baking with applesThe flavors of fall are beginning to appear, and here in Ohio, we’re so excited for apple season. Today we’re sharing with you a sweet dessert recipe right from our newest cookbook. The sweet aroma of apples, cinnamon and nutmeg will fill your kitchen and surely stir up appetites! 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. (Originally published July 2018)

“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

Discover the Satisfaction of Baking (Sweet Recipes Inside!)

In these strange times, we’re all trying to find ways to fill our days and find joy in how we spend them. It’s more difficult now than ever with our options being so limited for how we can spend our time. It’s no wonder that so many people are choosing to take up baking during quarantine! Baking is the perfect way to remain focused and productive, while also taking some time for yourself and loved ones to do something fun. Putting on an apron and getting to work in the kitchen is something the whole family can get involved in. Continue reading

Think Spring, Think Pie (Recipes Inside!)

a slice of pieA warm slice of homemade of pie right out of the oven…well, there’s nothing quite as comforting and delicious.

With Pi Day coming up (okay, not exactly Pie Day but close enough) and Easter right around the corner, we’re sharing with you a couple pie recipes from our cookbook, The Sapphire Cookbook Collection.

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Super Bites and Slow-Cooker Dips for THE Big Game

OK, there is a pretty big football game coming up soon. And if you’ll have hungry game watchers in your house that day (or any day, really), the following recipes are guaranteed to impress – and let you enjoy the festivities, too!

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Classic Christmas Cookies: Bulgarian Maslenki Cookie

maslenki-cookies

Editor’s Note: Kathy Harrison, preparedness maven, is also a fantastic cook! Every year, her very large family gets together, and what she calls the “cookie wars’ break out! This year, she’s got an international surprise in store for them, and she shares the recipe and story with us. Continue reading

6 Fast Jar Gifts + Printable Gift Tags

5-Minute Jar Gift - Hot Cocoa

Feeling a tad busy this season? Join the club. But in spite of our harried schedules, we can all still give heartfelt, homemade gifts the recipients will love. Continue reading

Introducing…the Lehman’s Sapphire Cookbook Collection!

Lehman's Sapphire Cookbook

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

Excess Squash? Find Creative Ways to Enjoy!

yellow squashAs 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