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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Like her award-winning blog My Name is Yeh, Molly on the Range chronicles her life through photos, new recipes, and hilarious stories from life in the city and on the farm. Molly Yeh can now be seen starring in Girl Meets Farm on Food Network, where she explores her Jewish and Chinese heritage and shares recipes developed on her Midwest farm. Read more Read less. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Molly Yeh Makes Garlic and Onion Challah Bread - Food Network
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Like her award-winning blog My Name is Yeh, Molly on the Range chronicles her life through photos, new recipes, and hilarious stories from life in the city and on the farm. Molly Yeh can now be seen starring in Girl Meets Farm on Food Network, where she explores her Jewish and Chinese heritage and shares recipes developed on her Midwest farm. Read more Read less. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Salt Sugar Smoke: How to preserve fruit, vegetables, meat and fish. Diana Henry. Create a free account. Also check our best rated Biography reviews. She is the voice behind the wildly popular blog, My Name is Yeh, which has been the recipient of multiple awards, including two Saveur blog awards: Editor's Choice and Blog of the Year.
Molly is also the star of Girl Meets Farm on Food Network, where she cooks recipes inspired by her Jewish and Chinese heritage and her life on a Midwestern sugar beet farm. Molly graduated from Juilliard and plays percussion in symphonies and orchestras around the world.
She lives in North Dakota with her husband and their many chickens. This book is teeming with joy. She charms us by laying bare both her cupboards and her vulnerabilities, and then wins us over completely with her innate confidence and joy in the kitchen. And with Funfetti Cake. What we have here is a book that can do both. Like her homestead straddling state lines, Molly manages this woman-on-a-wire act not just in writing, but through comforting yet thought-provoking stories, regram-worthy photos, and some of the most delicious food I've ever made.
Molly's background as a musician is clear here: the rigors of technique are simultaneously celebrated and undone by practical interpretation: how am I going to make this work on this farm, right now, today? Molly on the Range makes me want to pack it all in and buy a farm down the road from hers so I can join the Ladies of Grand Forks Brunch Club, leave loaves of bread on each others' doorsteps and share hotdishes.
Her world is cozy, kind, and delicious on every level. Her impeccable taste runs from Stravinsky to spa tzle; I vouch for everything in Molly on the Range except for the deliciousness of marzipan.
Marzipan is horrible. I'm sure she comes from a different planet, but everything is cute and funny and tasty there, and you're definitely invited, you just need a space suit. She's a relatable and endearing food-loving weirdo, and our plates are all the better for it. Not Enabled. Customers who bought this item also bought. Ina Garten. Cook, Eat, Repeat: Ingredients, recipes and stories. Nigella Lawson. The Little Swedish Kitchen.
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Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Molly is very sweet, and her journey resembles my own - big city girl turned farmlady. But this book is just very inaccessible. I like to read through recipe books to see what I want to make and not, and already there I just stopped, because this is more a book than a recipe book.
I doubt I'll actually end up cooking from this book. This is more than just a cookbook, it's also an autobiography. Molly the author and blogger shares stories from her childhood and life with Eggboy, her Husband which all relate to food. If you're familiar with Molly's blog then expect the same content, humorous stories, fabulous photos and delicious food.
If you are not aware of Molly and her blog, here's a quick heads up; Molly is an extremely cute, witty, talented musician turned farmers wife who lives on a farm in the Midwest.
Her culture and the places where she has lived have all influenced her cooking. There are some delicious exotic fusion sounding recipes in this book but I started with a pretty basic recipe, the Chicken Tater Tot Hotdish which I made the day I received the book because I had all the ingredients and I love tots! It was perfect winter comfort food. I also made the Goulash but didn't make the Knodeln dumpling Molly suggests you make with it because I was time challenged, instead we ate it with mashed potatoes.
This dish was disappointing, it didn't have enough seasoning and lacked flavour, I'm guessing the Knodeln is the star of the show here but the goulash should still taste good without it. It didn't. Tonight we're having the Gruyere Mac and Cheese with caramelised onions for dinner. The recipes are divided into chapters which are all named after a person or period in Molly's life, for example, Eggboy, Life on the Farm, Juilliard her university , Chrismukkah recipes inspired by Christmas and Hanukkah, Molly celebrates both.
Although I haven't made many recipes from it yet, I couldn't possibly give it less than 4 stars because it's been an absolute joy to read, so much more than just a cookbook. Would highly recommend! Wow so glad I got this Mollys recipes are so original and taste great. Fantastic book with delicious recipes. Great book. A gift for my wife who loves cookbooks with stories in.
We have already tried a few of the recipes and they are fantastic. She is the new improved Pioneer Woman! Love love love this book!!! After watching girl meets farm I knew I had to get this book it did not disappoint! The chicken hot dish is my favourite recipe!
Such a fan of this book. So far I've only made the chocolate tahini cake, but it was the best cake I've ever made. There's so many more things I want to try, too. One person found this helpful.
It's fun to read and a pleasure to cook from this book. Molly is a sweetheart and you can feel it on every page. Pretty inspiring recipes with great shots. I'm happy to have it on my foodie kind of bookshelf!
See all reviews from the United Kingdom. Top international reviews. Translate all reviews to English. I love how this book ties classic American dishes with more Jewish classics. Molly has done a great job combining the two into beautiful, tasty recipes. Definite must if you love her show! Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. I have read Molly's blog for a long time and thought I wanted to get her book so that I could try some of her recipes.
I have yet to try the recipes but so far I really like reading through the pages! Me ha encantado, tanto como libro de cocina como libro para leer y mirar las fotos. Una bonita historia, recetas originales, una buena compra! Translate review to English. Recipient was laughing while reading it.
Load more international reviews. You hear Molly's voice throughout and it's a stunning from cover to cover. I just wish she included some of her more exciting recipes from her blog but still a good selection. I had never heard of Molly until I saw this book.
Food Network Star Molly Yeh Tells Us How She’ll Ring in the Jewish New Year
While she already had a large following before Girl Meets Farm launched, Yeh has become a household name ever since. I lived in Minnesota for a decade before moving back east, and Yeh now lives on a sugar beet farm with her husband and daughter in Grand Forks, North Dakota, which borders Minnesota. Last but not least, Yeh is also Jewish, and several episodes of her show feature her takes on traditional Jewish food for the holidays. Thinking back, I realize how rare it is to see a food TV star — especially one so young — celebrating the Jewish holidays.
Subscribe on Apple Podcasts , Spotify , and wherever you get your podcasts! With her family in town to celebrate Rosh Hashana, Molly makes a fabulous brunch featuring sweet apple butter rolls with honey marzipan frosting, a tender and juicy brunch brisket, and carrot hash with eggs and pesto. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Full Cast and Crew.
Food Network Star Molly Yeh Is Now a Jewish Mom!
The cookbook author — who draws inspiration for her gorgeous recipes from her Jewish and Chinese heritage — and her husband, Nick Hagen, a fifth-generation farmer, welcomed their daughter on March While pregnant, the Emmy-nominated TV host gave her future little one a cute and, some would argue, very Jewish nickname: poppy seed. The name did not stick, however, and Yeh went with an adorable, old-school name, Bernadette, nicknamed Bernie Jew-y! She also bestowed her daughter with the lovely food-inspired middle name, Rosemary, after her own grandmother. We love it! We are so wildly in love! A post shared by molly yeh mollyyeh on Mar 30, at am PDT. Note: Mine, too!
Molly Yeh Talks Jewish/Chinese Food & Family
She has an older sister, Jenna, who is a chef ; as well as a younger half sister, Mia. She kept journals from a young age which turned into her blog in Yeh is of Chinese and Jewish descent. Yeh moved to Brooklyn and attended the Juilliard School, where she was editorial assistant and writer at The Juilliard Journal and in earned a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion.
And the tomatoes have finally decided to turn red. Have you ever had a tomato and mayonnaise sandwich for lunch followed by a piece of stollen for dessert? It was a dream.
Chinese-Jewish chef Molly Yeh is nominated for an Emmy
She always loved food, even though she apparently was a picky eater when she was younger. She said she used to eat only brown, white and yellow foods—like macaroni-and-cheese and matzah balls. Still, her love for food started at home and stayed with her even when she left.
From her home base on the farm where she lives with her husband, fifth-generation farmer Nick Hagen, the year-old has cultivated a cozy, inviting universe that effortlessly blends her Jewish and Chinese ancestry with tales of sugar beet harvests, holidays and quirky humor. So how did this classically trained percussionist and Jewish-Chinese foodie come to be? Yeh has an older sister, Jenna, who is a chef and wine distributor; she also has a younger sister, Mia, from the second marriage of her father, John Yeh. Her Jewish mother, Jody Yeh, who worked as a chocolatier before switching to social work, instilled in her a love of food—although Molly Yeh confesses that her earlier years were marked by a predilection for Wonder Bread and macaroni and cheese. Her Chinese-American father, a principal clarinetist with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, introduced a passion for music. They bonded instantly over their laid-back personalities and homebody tendencies.
Jewish New Year
Yeh, like her father, got the music gene. She moved to New York to study percussion at The Juilliard School, a premier conservatory for the arts. There, she met a farm kid from rural East Grand Forks, Minn. Later, the pair married and began their life together. After spending most of her life living in big cities, Yeh relished the idea of farm life.
Molly Yeh Is Home on the Range in Minnesota