Food Network star Molly Yeh will sign copies of her new cookbook at Fargo and Grand Forks events

Yeh's new cookbook, "Home is Where the Eggs Are," will be released in late September.

Food Network star Molly Yeh of East Grand Forks, Minn., will release a new cookbook in September.
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FARGO — Food Network star Molly Yeh will sign copies of her new book at Fargo and Grand Forks events in October.

After studying percussion at the Juilliard School, Yeh married classmate Nick Hagen and moved to his family farm outside of East Grand Forks, Minn.

Yeh channeled her successful food blog into the 2016 cookbook, “Molly on the Range: Recipes and Stories from an Unlikely Life on a Farm,” and the Food Network show “Girl Meets Farm” in 2018. She has appeared on a number of other Food Network shows.

Yeh will discuss and sign her upcoming book, “Home is Where the Eggs Are: Farmhouse Food for the People You Love,” at Bernie’s, her soon-to-open restaurant in East Grand Forks, from 2-4 p.m. Oct. 1.

East Grand Forks Mayor Steve Gander confirmed Yeh’s arrival during April’s State of the City Address & Luncheon. After much speculation and rumors floated around online, Yeh herself has now confirmed the new business venture.

She will also hold two signing sessions at Fargo’s Zandbroz Variety at 6 and 7 p.m. on Oct. 6. Tickets for the Zandbroz signings are $32.50 and include one book per ticket.


The book will be released Sept. 27.

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