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Jewish Food Network Star Molly Yeh Has a Cookware Line (And We Want Everything)

So many great items for Jewish holidays and beyond.

Jewish food blogger, cookbook author and host of Food Network’s “Girl Meets Farm,” Molly Yeh, has a new product line at Macy’s — and we couldn’t be more thrilled about it. Just in time for the High Holidays, Yeh’s “Girl Meets Farm” line has everything you will need to prepare delicious Jewish dishes. Here are our top five picks from Molly’s new culinary collection:    

3-Piece Baking Sheet Set

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Featuring two carbon-steel, non-stick pans with a cooling rack, this baking set covers all your baking necessities: from cookies, to sheet-pan meals to Yeh’s very own chocolate sea salt rugelach. Plus, the set’s lovely apricot color adds the perfect pop to your kitchen.  

Bamboo Rolling Pin

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Evenly weighted for smooth control, this sleek bamboo rolling pin is perfect for rolling out dough for cookies, babka, or Yeh’s overnight cinnamon buns with tahini frosting: yum.

2-Piece Cutting Board Set

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Color coded, knife-friendly and with slip-resistant grips, these cutting boards are perfect for cutting meat or heartier ingredients for Jewish dishes. This Rosh Hashanah, you can’t go wrong with Molly Yeh’s delicious apple cider brisket.

8-Piece Parent & Me Apron Set

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For those with children, why not include your little ones in your baking endeavors this holiday season? This set comes with adorably patterned aprons, along with cookie cutters and colorful spatulas. 

10-Piece Food Storage Set

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With a set that includes 5 colorful, dishwasher and freezer safe containers, these containers are the perfect way to store any leftovers you may have (from honey cake to brisket) after cooking for the holidays this year.

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