Nancy Fuller

Nancy Fuller

The Farm According to Nancy

On Nancy Fuller's Farmhouse Rules, this business owner and down-home grandma will turn out comfort food for friends and family.

A Sweet Battle of Holiday Proportions

On the new show Holiday Baking Championship, Nancy serves as one of three expert judges. Of the eight home bakers, only one will walk away with $50,000.

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  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and David are back at the country club where they first met, where David is competing in a golf tournament and Nancy is catering. Nancy makes Prime Rib Sandwiches With Horseradish Sauce, Sweet Potato Steak Fries, Gopher Bars and a Back Nine Cocktail for all the golfers to enjoy.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and her son John love the outdoors, and spend the day fly fishing. Nancy takes the catch home and cooks up a cozy dinner of Bacon Wrapped Trout, Asparagus With a Creamy Herb Vinaigrette and Peanut Butter Cookies.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and her son John love the outdoors, and spend the day fly fishing. Nancy takes the catch home and cooks up a cozy dinner of Bacon Wrapped Trout, Asparagus With a Creamy Herb Vinaigrette and Peanut Butter Cookies.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy is meeting some of her friends down at the community rec center for Bingo night, and it's her turn to bring the food. Nancy stops by her local greenhouse to get some fresh veggies from her friend Tom to make a light and delicious Farro Salad With Radishes, Arugula and Feta to go along with a pork loin and Corn Chowder. Nancy is sure the girls are just going to love her Braided Strawberry Tart for dessert.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and her husband David are celebrating their Wedding Anniversary: She's surprising him with a scrumptious meal, and he's surprising her with a hot air balloon ride! They're having Filet Mignon Sandwiches, Kale and Brussels Sprout Salad, David's Favorite Carrot Cake With Pineapple Cream Cheese Frosting and Celebration Manhattans.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    It's Nancy's annual "Camp GiGi," where she hosts all 13 of her grandkids for a week of food and fun at the farm. At the end of camp, the whole family enjoys a campfire and traditional Crab and Shrimp Boil With New Potatoes as well as Creamed Corn, Banana Pudding With Homemade Vanilla Wafers and Sparkling Apple Cider Punch, before setting off wish lanterns into the sky.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy is hosting a Dance Marathon in the barn for her favorite charity. The band plays into the night and all of the dancing couples vie to be the last one standing. But, they won't go hungry as Nancy has cooked up enough to feed all of these charitable toe tappers with her menu of Eggplant and Sausage Pasta Salad, Green Beans With Bacon, Clementine Pound Cake With Glaze and Pink Lemonade.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Students from Nancy’s local school have been hard at work on a school garden and Nancy’s daughter Lorinda, a school principal in North Carolina, is in town to see how they accomplished this feat. Nancy invites a few of the kids over to see her farm and to enjoy a delicious dinner with some of the ingredients they grew. They all enjoy Pasta Primavera With Handmade Linguini, Herb-Buttered Corn on the Cob, Zesty Garden Vegetable Bread Salad and S'mores Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy is hosting a welcome home party for her nephew and his service buddies who have just gotten back from Afghanistan. They're hungry for an All-American home cooked meal and Nancy is happy to oblige, making Fried Pork Chops, Braised Kale and Tomatoes, Apple Pie With Cheddar Cheese Crust and Beer Ginger Shandy.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and David are having David's brother and wife over for dinner and games. Nancy heads to a local wine shop to pick out bottles to complement their meal of Beef Wellington, Roasted Beet Salad With Walnuts and Goat Cheese and Easy Baked Alaska. It's the perfect meal to fuel their game of charades!

About Nancy Fuller

Nancy Fuller is a warm, loving mother of six and grandmother to 13, and the owner of Ginsberg’s Foods, a multimillion-dollar business. More

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