From Brooklyn hipster to farmer’s wife, Molly Yeh chronicles her fabulous foodie journey from North Dakato where she gets to make tasty farm lunches, dream up names for her future chickens, and pickle everything without being labeled a hipster.
Describe your cooking style in three words: Colorful. Fun. Bacon-y.
What’s your signature dish? Mini cakes, anything with halva or marzipan and variations on the theme of Challah.
What do you think is the most underrated ingredient? Marzipan and tahini.
What’s the best cooking advice you’re ever received? When life gives you lemons, squeeze them on a schnitzel!
If you could share a meal with anyone in history who would it be? My fiancé so I wouldn’t have to shower or put on pants. Or... The first person to ever eat an egg, just so I could find out what on earth he or she was thinking.
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