Molly Yeh has come a long way since starting her blog, My Name Is Yeh. She moved to Minnesota, got married, became a mom, and filmed 12 seasons of her Food Network show, "Girl Meets Farm." She’s also penned two cookbooks, including her latest, "Home Is Where The Eggs Are," a heartfelt and often humorous look at her life and the recipes she creates.
Molly’s grand adventure continues with Bernie’s, a restaurant that she and her husband are opening in a historic spot in East Grand Forks, Minnesota. Bernie’s will feature Molly’s favorite baked goods, local produce, and the kind of Midwestern classics you can’t find in restaurants, like cookie salad.
Molly chats with host Kerry Diamond about her reasons for wanting to open a restaurant, the inspiration behind her new book, and her favorite foods—from power bagels to granola bars to halva.
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