Molly on the Range

Molly on the Range

Recipes and Stories From An Unlikely Life on A Farm

Book - 2016
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"In 2013, food blogger and classical musician Molly Yeh left Brooklyn to live on a farm on the North Dakota-Minnesota border, where her fiancé was a fifth-generation Norwegian-American sugar beet farmer. Like her award-winning blog My Name is Yeh, Molly on the Range chronicles her life through photos, more than 120 new recipes, and hilarious stories from life in the city and on the farm. Molly's story begins in the suburbs of Chicago in the 90s, when things like Lunchables and Dunkaroos were the objects of her affection; continues into her New York years, when Sunday mornings meant hangovers and bagels; and ends in her beloved new home, where she's currently trying to master the art of the hotdish. Celebrating Molly's Jewish/Chinese background with recipes for Asian Scotch Eggs and Scallion Pancake Challah Bread and her new hometown Scandinavian recipes for Cardamom Vanilla Cake and Marzipan Mandel Bread, Molly on the Range will delight everyone, from longtime readers to those discovering her glorious writing and recipes for the first time"--
Publisher: [Emmaus, Pennsylvania] : Rodale, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781623366957
Branch Call Number: 641.5973 YEH
Characteristics: xix, 283 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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A food blogger and classical musician leaves Brooklyn to live on a farm on the North Dakota- Minnesota border, where her finance was a sugar beet farmer. Includes a lot of photos and recipes, as well as hilarious stories.

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Sep 01, 2018

Molly flashes that fake smile as much as Giada and is the result of some exec who decided that a Chinese/Jewish cook living on a farm with a farmer would make a great show. Her recipes are nothing I'd be interested in cooking. She is too young and inexperienced to be considered a good cook. Maybe in a couple of decades she would be qualified. She is a sad knock-off of Ree Drummond. Glad I didn't spend money on her book.

Jul 09, 2018

I wanted to like this book. I really did. Some of the recipes appear interesting but Molly is so enamored of herself that the book is unreadable. She is one of those people like Steve Harvey who thinks they are the funniest, most interesting person on earth and they can't wait to tell you all about it. Those who are truly funny, such as Jerry Seinfeld, don't need to remind anyone of the fact. A bore and a snore.

debwalker May 16, 2018

Chinese/Jewish vibe is perfect for Markham! Series on Food Network coming soon.

CatherineG_1 Oct 27, 2017

Molly Yeh is a well known food blogger. Like Rhee Drummond, the Pioneer Woman, Molly moved from the city to the country.
I loved her little stories with the recipes but also her inclusion of her mom's family recipes. Molly has reinvented some of the Jewish classics to make them easier for anyone to attempt.

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