Post by applecrisp1 on Jun 21, 2018 11:47:09 GMT -5
I haven't watched much FN the last few years since it is less and less about actual cooking and often just seems to be endless (and I mean endless) hours of Guy Fieri etc, or other shows that just don't interest me that much.
But what, a new show that is about cooking, not a person making a meal from grape jelly, oats, and potato chips, using just a butter knife, while one hand is tied behind their back.
Here's a blurb... A classically-trained musician living in New York City trades in the fast life for a new home on a sugar beet farm in the upper Midwest, and she’s obsessed with food and sharing it with others. This is the life of Molly Yeh.
The popular food blogger behind My Name is Yeh is opening up her home in North Dakota and heading to Food Network with the brand-new series Girl Meets Farm (premiering June 24 at 11a|10c), where she’ll offer up personal recipes and her unique take on food, family traditions and farmhouse life.
Each week, Molly will share some of her favorite dishes for family visits, brunch with the girls, farm supper and a very special anniversary celebration.
She is the author of the popular and award winning, Molly on the Range: Recipes and Stories from An Unlikely Life on a Farm. I checked out the book from the library awhile back and really enjoyed the writing, stories, , just had a chance to try maybe one or two recipes before returning the book.
OH boy!! Same here exactly! Thanks Applecrisp! I'm excited to watch. Had not heard about it. GOOOOODY!! (PS: Other day I sent an email to you, telling you about a free ebook program I use (Calibre) - not sure you got it.)
mrswaz -- I didn't watch it yet, but I do want it to check it out. And I noticed that it is on Comcast On Demand.
I watched the Heartland Table a few times and liked the show and cooking too -- bet it is pretty similar. Thanks for the show info.
It is great to see a new show on the FN (that I'm assuming it actually cooking). IMO the FN was more like the Guy Fieri channel with hours and hours of repeats of his shows. IMO so contrived and just the same ol' thing. For all I know it's probably their top show. I just never understood why any channel would have the same show on for hours and hours on end. I don't have their other cooking channel, not sure if it has more variety.