Molly Yeh About the Blog
Recipes on my name is yeh draw inspiration from Molly’s Jewish and Chinese heritage, her 90s Chicago suburban upbringing, her years spent in New York, and her new Midwestern farm life. Tales and photos about traveling and living on a farm wiggle their way in among the colorful and multicultural recipes that each aim to inspire readers and tell a story. Homemade funfetti cake and scallion pancake challah have been among her most popular content, but if you search far beyond those, you’ll find old embarrassing photos from drunken escapades around Amsterdam and moments from the month that she exclusively ate schnitzel. About Molly
I recently moved from Brooklyn to a sugar beet farm outside of Grand Forks, North Dakota, where my husband is a fifth-generation farmer. I spends my days baking, writing, photographing, and navigating the newtoher upper Midwestern cuisine, like vegetableless salads and tater tot hotdish. Outside of the kitchen, I’m a Juilliard trained percussionist and have performed with orchestras around the world, in off Broadway theater, and as the glockenspielest for the pop band San Fermin.