Known for hosting Food Network's cooking show Girl Meets Farm, Molly Yeh is an American cookbook author and blogger.

American Author, Molly Yeh
Caption: American Author, Molly Yeh (Photo: Instagram)

Molly Yeh Parents

Molly Yeh parents are John Bruce Yeh (father) & mother Jody Yeh. John is her dad, an American clarinetist who has served as assistant principal clarinetist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra since 1977. Molly was born on May 22, 1989, in Glenview, Illinois, United States. Having American nationality, Molly is of mixed (Chinese & Ashkenazi Jewish) ethnicity. 

Molly Yeh's childhood picture with her family
Caption: Molly Yeh's childhood picture with her family (Photo: Instagram)

Also, her parents got divorced as well. Jenna Yeh and Mia Reilly-Yeh are Molly's siblings' sisters. Her elder sister Jenna is also a chef. She enrolled at Glenbrook South High School located in Glenview, Illinois. In 2011, she earned a Bachelor of Music degree in percussion from Juilliard School. Also, she worked at The Juilliard Journal as an editorial assistant and writer during her school years.

What is Molly Yeh Net Worth?

Molly Yeh has an estimated net worth of $9 Million as per reports. Her cookbook, blog, and endorsements make up the bulk of Molly's net worth. Rodale published Molly on the Range, her first cookbook, for around $250,000, top dollar for a cookbook, and a fortune for a first-time author.

Molly Yeh sitting outside the jeep & sharing food with her spouse Nick
Caption: Molly Yeh sitting outside the jeep & sharing food with her spouse Nick (Photo: Twitter)

The majority of her income comes from her cooking career. As per reports, Molly has been earning  $57,000 on average per year from Food Network for hosting ”Girl Meets Farm.” Out of her earnings, Yeh living a simple & comfortable life. 

Who is Molly Yeh's Husband?

Molly Yeh is still married to her school sweethearts. Molly's husband's name is Nick Hagen. She met Nick at Julliard School & together since then. The duo moved together after dating for around a year. In 2013, she actually moved to her boyfriend's family farm in North Dakota. Molly became passionate about blogging about flood recipes on organic farm food after moving with her beau.

Molly Yeh with her husband Nick Hagen in their wedding dress
Caption: Molly Yeh with her husband Nick Hagen in their wedding dress (Photo: Edailybuzz)

They decided to tie the knot a year after spending time at the farm and raising sugar beets. Molly Yeh & Nick Hagen became spouses on 30th December 2014 after getting married. Snowflakes covered the sky as they exchanged vows. Molly posted pictures of her wedding ceremony on her blog on 30th December 2014. Due to his obsession with eating eggs, she referred to Nick Hagen as an egg boy.

Molly Yeh with her husband Nick & their daughter
Caption: Molly Yeh with her husband Nick & their daughter (Photo: Instagram)

Molly & Nick became parents of a child. In November 2018, the couple announced they were expecting their first child. Their daughter Bernadette Rosemary Yeh Hagen was born on 30th March 2019. She and her spouse named their daughter after her great-great-grandfather. Molly Hagen and her husband Nick Hagen have been married for more than 7 years without any problems of divorce or separation.

Molly Yeh's Height

Yeh is a beautiful lady who has a slim body fit. Molly has a height of 1.7 M or 5 feet 7 inches tall. While her body weighs around 58 kg or 128 Ibs. Molly has dark brown hair with brown eyes color. 

Career of Molly Yeh

In 2009, Molly began her career as a part-time food blogger in New York. She started a lifestyle blog while on vacation but didn't take it seriously until after moving in with her husband in 2013. Molly realized that blogging could support her career after moving in with her husband, so she decided to dedicate more time to the process. Now, her blog has become so popular that it was awarded "Food Blog of the Year" by Saveur and Yahoo. 

Molly Yeh posing for picture shoeing food & dress
Caption: Molly Yeh posing for picture shoeing food & dress (Photo: Instagram)

Her works have appeared in top publications such as The New York Times, New York Magazine, Bon Appetit, and Food & Wine. Molly Yeh currently writes for Food52, Vanity Fair, Conde Nast Traveler, Saveur, and others. A recipe book and memoir of an unlikely life on a farm, Molly on the Range, was published by her in 2016. Also, her book won the Judges' Choice IACP Cookbook Award. Molly became the host of the Food Network cooking show 'Girl Meets Farm'.