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Molly Yeh is a classically-trained musician, cookbook author, and blogger who has given up the streets of New York City to bring viewers to her home on a sugar beet farm in the Midwest to dazzle them with her obsession with food. Jump into the kitchen with Yeh as she offers up her own personal recipes and unique take on food and get a peek into farmhouse life and family traditions as she shares her favorite dishes for family visits, brunch with her girls, and farm supper.

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Crispy Asian Scotch eggs; ground turkey meatballs with chimichurri and meatless meatball sliders; deep-fried broccoli frankentots; chocolatey mozart birthday balls.
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Molly's friends are coming over for dinner; Molly prepares Sticky Rhubarb Short Ribs, Crispy Saffron Rice dish and a fresh side of Green Beans with Potato Chip Crunch; she finishes the meal with Whipped Cheesecakes with Pistachio Crusts.
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It's a quiet weekend for Molly Yeh and her husband, Nick, on the farm, so Molly's making an inexpensive lunch using her favorite pantry ingredients.
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Molly treats her girlfriends to her favorite brunch dishes, including mini quiches with peas and bacon, garlicky lemony kale and a dark chocolate scone loaf with marzipan, and a refreshing fresh mint iced coffee for a morning pick-me-up.
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Molly treats her girlfriends to a twist on taco night; her menu includes taco pizza al pastor with tomatillo salsa and avocado cucumber salad served alongside watermelon agua fresca; she finishes off the night with chocolate-covered ice cream tacos.
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Molly creates a tasty tomato squash soup and labneh grilled cheese for lunch before husband Nick's trombone practice.
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Molly has a tiki party with her favorite Hawaiian-inspired foods, like hurricane popcorn balls, sweet and salty pork musubi, a tasty macaroni salad and creamy macadamia nut pops for dessert.
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Nick's building their own bowling lane, and they're inviting friends over to play and enjoy Molly's super sloppy joes, craveworthy sweet potato waffle fry nachos and crunchy snap pea popcorn salad.
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Molly Yeh is showing her thanks to all the hardworking farmers with a hearty breakfast spread. She makes a crowd-pleasing Cheesy Kale Breakfast Casserole and crispy Corned Beef Hash Waffles. There's also a refreshing Rosemary Citrus Salad, super-fun Pancakes and Sausages on a Stick and, finally, Apple and Peanut Butter Green Smoothies for good measure.
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Molly Yeh fires up the outdoor grill to make her favorite tailgating recipes including spicy cheddar juicy lucies with homemade chili potato chips and sesame avocado salsa on the side, and grilled corn on the cob slathered with a tangy kimchi mayo.
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Molly Yeh is putting together some delicious campfire favorites and reliving her childhood by camping out in her backyard; dinner and dessert by the fire starts with bonfire eggs with green peppers and cheese cooked right in the coals.
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Molly prepares a buffet spread for her sister-in-law's baby shower; the menu includes Walking Fish tacos with crunchy cabbage slaw and cilantro dressing, pigs in a blanket with harissa ketchup and honey mustard, and meatball sliders with a twist.
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One of Molly Yeh's best friends is in town for their birthdays, so Molly is making her most-delicious party bites for the double celebration; she starts with her pretty in pink Pickled Beet Deviled Eggs and addictive Spinach and Feta Rugelach.
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Molly Yeh's old band stops by the farm for a home-cooked meal. For her music-loving friends, Molly makes Orecchiette with Broccolini and Sausage, and a simple Escarole Salad with Artichokes and tangy Lemon Dressing. Plus, there are crispy Fried Mozzarella Sticks with Creamy Marinara and sweet Italian Rainbow Cookies for dessert.
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Molly Yeh and her husband, Nick, host a hockey party for their sports-loving friends. She makes all her favorites, including crispy Fried Chicken Sandwiches with super-creamy Chipotle Mayo, Homemade Noodles and, for dessert, Chocolate Mint Sandwich Cookies shaped like hockey pucks.
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Molly puts a fresh spin on the classic farm lunch with her easy garlic and onion challah bread, chopped salad with crumbled feta, and creamy homemade hummus; for a sweet bite, Molly makes olive oil blondies with chocolate frosting and sprinkles.
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Molly makes a special brunch for the family to celebrate her and Nick's third wedding anniversary; dishes include shakshuka with feta, Brussels sprouts and bacon hash, and roasted potatoes with paprika mayo.
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Molly's mother visits from Chicago to help with some garden planting and to enjoy a campfire supper; the menu includes hearty brisket tacos with pink pickled onions, charred sweet corn salsa, and crispy smashed potatoes with chimichurri dressing.
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Molly Yeh is preparing make-ahead meals in anticipation of the birth of her first child; there's a freezer-friendly version of sweet potato and black bean burritos, mini spinach and artichoke chicken casseroles and potato bagel breakfast sandwiches.
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Molly Yeh is hosting a brunch party with a few of her former bridesmaids; she starts by making her sweet and fluffy blueberry blintzes followed by a satisfying breakfast salad with soft-cooked eggs and crispy walnut sausage patties.
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Molly Yeh celebrates two birthdays on the farm: her husband, Nick, and his dad, Roger.

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