From healthy breakfasts to easy cooking mid-week dinners, chef Molly Yeh’s food blog, my name is yeh is a complete encyclopedia for the food enthusiast. Her blog and her dishes are inspired by her farm life.
The Chinese-Jewish chef is an American cookbook author and is known for her appearance on the Food Network's show; Girl Meets Farms. She is also known for her cookery book titled, Molly on the Range.
Molly's Married Life; How Did Molly Meet Her Husband?
The cookbook author first met her husband, Nick Hagen at Julliard school, where both of them were colleagues. After dating each other for a year; Molly decided to move to her beau's family farm in North Dakota in 2013.
After moving to her then-boyfriend beet farm, Molly’s passion about writing blogs on food recipes primarily on the organic farm food became her full-fledged business.
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Molly spent a year at the farm and raised sugar beets and got married to her then-boyfriend, Nick on 27 December 2014. The couple exchanged wedding vows amidst big fat snowflakes.
Molly Yeh and her husband, Nick Hagen at their wedding on 27 December 2014 (Photo: Mynameisyeh.com)
Molly, on her blog, my name is yeh, shared pictures of her marriage on 30 December 2014. The food author had even posted a picture of her wedding cake prepared by herself to mark their second marriage anniversary on her Instagram account on 27 December 2016.
The food blogger reportedly used to call her husband an egg-boy since he was obsessed with eating eggs.
Molly's Family: Parents Of Different Cultures
Molly is the second child in the family born to her parents, John Bruce Yeh and Teresa Reilly. Both her parents are a clarinetist. Molly’s father is Chinese while her mother belongs to Ashkenazi Jewish heritage. The food blogger was on a family trip to Los Angeles in 2009, which later became their permanent resident.
The Food enthusiast had recently posted an Instagram video with her father, Bruce on 5 August 2018. She addressed the audiences about the final episode teaser of Food Network’s show, Girls Meet Farm, where her dad will be seen making potstickers and playing some tunes with her. She had also questioned her followers about some of the questions from her video clues about the music that she and her father play and the food recipe to which she pulled out her tweezers.
She has two siblings, Jenna and Mia. Her older sister, Jenna Yeh is also a chef.
How Much Is Molly Yeh’s Net Worth?
Molly Yeh accumulates the majority of her increasing net worth from her professional cooking stint since early 2000. The chef is currently increasing her earnings from her American cooking television series; Girl Meets Farm, which aired recently on Food Network on 24 June 2018.
According to Paysa, the average salary of a host in the Food Network is $57068 a year. The wages are provided by the bonus and equity and Molly’s superb taste, and expertise as a professional chef make her earn even more.
Apart from hosting skills, Molly added a significant portion of wealth after publishing a cookery book titled, Molly on the Range in 2016. She made to Forbes 30 Under 30 - Food & Drink 2017.
During the 2016 fall, the 30 Under 30 listmaker, Molly visited New York as part of her book voyage, which also later got the International Association of Chiefs of Police, IACP award. The writer became one of the youngest Food Network host when she hosted Girl Meets Farm in June 2018. In the meantime, she continues her food blogging job.
Her TV show is concentrated and developed on the recipes made by her family members including the baby shower brunch she organized for her sister-in-law.
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Molly Yeh was born on 22 May 1988 in Glenview, Illinois as per wiki. The Chef stands at the height of 1.70 m (5’ 7”) and belongs to Chinese and Jewish ancestry. Her birth sign is Gemini.
The chef migrated to New York to study music at Juilliard and then later moved to the Minnesota-North Dakota region after graduating college. She and her husband, Nick together persuaded music majors at Juilliard School.