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Mom-to-be Molly Yeh gets ready for baby in new season of 'Girl Meets Farm'

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Wed, Mar 13th 2019 11:40 am
Molly Yeh on `Girl Meets Farm.` (Food Network photo)
Molly Yeh on "Girl Meets Farm." (Food Network photo)

New episodes begin Sunday, March 31

Critically acclaimed food blogger and best-selling cookbook author Molly Yeh is expecting her first child, and her cozy Midwest farmhouse is filled with excitement for the new arrival in the third season of “Girl Meets Farm” (premiering Sunday, March 31, at 11 a.m. on Food Network). From make-ahead meals and family recipes to Molly's baby shower, the new season welcomes viewers into Molly's home for her joyful journey.

"Our viewers fell in love with Molly right away and we are so thrilled that she and her husband, Nick, will be adding a new member to their family," said Courtney White, president, Food Network. "These episodes celebrate that special time preparing for baby through home cooking and sharing special moments with family and friends."

In the premiere episode, Molly is putting her own spin on some of her favorite classic dishes for a fun meal with Nick and her dad, John. The menu includes Molly's Chicago dog meatloaf with mustard glaze, a salt and vinegar potato galette as well as wedge salads with bacon and feta cream. To further celebrate, she makes her dad's favorite coconut cream pie.

Upcoming episode themes include make-ahead meals in anticipation of baby, generational goodies with mom, and a baby shower, Molly-style.

Molly is the author of the International Association of Culinary Professionals award-winning cookbook "Molly on the Range." She is the creator of the popular food and lifestyle brand “my name is yeh,” which has been recognized by the likes of the New York Times, Food & Wine, New York Magazine, Saveur ("Blog of the Year") and Yahoo ("Food Blog of the Year"). She was also on Forbes' "30 Under 30" list for 2017.

Molly grew up in the Chicago suburbs with a Chinese father and Jewish mother, followed by a post-high school life in New York City studying percussion at Juilliard. She then got married and started her food blog, relocating with her husband to a sugar beet farm in the upper Midwest, where she currently resides.

Fans can try Molly's recipes and watch video exclusives from her kitchen at FoodNetwork.com/GirlMeetsFarm. Over on Food Network's Facebook and Instagram pages, they can hear from Molly, get an insider's look behind the scenes, and weigh in on their favorite dishes using #GirlMeetsFarm.

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