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.

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Nancy and her husband, David, live in New York's Hudson Valley, and together they own and operate Ginsberg's Foods.

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  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy's Aunt Jean is in town from Las Vegas and has developed a love for Mexican food. Nancy is putting together a small poker night with a Southwestern flair, with Chorizo Quesadillas With Easy Homemade Salsa, Buffalo Shrimp Skewers, Nancy's Pomegranate Guacamole and Sparkling Vodka Margaritas, made with apple vodka from a nearby orchard.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy's Aunt Jean is in town from Las Vegas and has developed a love for Mexican food. Nancy is putting together a small poker night with a Southwestern flair, with Chorizo Quesadillas With Easy Homemade Salsa, Buffalo Shrimp Skewers, Nancy's Pomegranate Guacamole and Sparkling Vodka Margaritas, made with apple vodka from a nearby orchard.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy is having three special mothers over to celebrate Mother's Day. Nancy heads to a local maple tree farm for a delicious and fresh maple syrup for their breakfast of Buttermilk Pancakes With Blueberry Syrup; Sausage, Spinach and Potato Breakfast Tart; Citrus Salad With Pistachios and Honey Vinaigrette and Bloody Marias With Bacon Wrapped Cornichons.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    David is out of the house for a golf tournament so Nancy has the house to herself. She wastes no time with her to-do list and wastes no leftovers, taking yesterday's meal and making it shiny and new in time for when David gets home. They'll enjoy her Fried Chicken BLT Melt, Tomato Vegetable Rice Soup and Cheesecake Balls.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy and David are hosting a cookout. Nancy heads to town to get delicious chocolate candies for her Grilled Banana Boats dessert. They're a sweet treat that follows their dinner of Grilled Salt and Pepper Crusted Rib Eye and Garlicky Green Salad. After the cookout, the family enjoys Creamy Orange Soda Floats as they release flying lanterns into the sky.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy is having three special mothers over to celebrate Mother's Day. Nancy heads to a local maple tree farm for a delicious and fresh maple syrup for their breakfast of Buttermilk Pancakes With Blueberry Syrup; Sausage, Spinach and Potato Breakfast Tart; Citrus Salad With Pistachios and Honey Vinaigrette and Bloody Marias With Bacon Wrapped Cornichons.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy visits her favorite antique shops looking for fun old kitchen gadgets. She uses her fantastic finds to make a meal of Chile Braised Ribs, Stove Top Mac and Cheese, Baked Cinnamon Sugar Madeleines and Irish Coffee.

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy visits her favorite antique shops looking for fun old kitchen gadgets. She uses her fantastic finds to make a meal of Chile Braised Ribs, Stove Top Mac and Cheese, Baked Cinnamon Sugar Madeleines and Irish Coffee.

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  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy Fuller is having a weekend with the grandkids jam-packed with food and fun. First, they're making Grilled Meatloaf Sandwiches, Nancy's Grandma's Potato Salad and a Berry Fruit Cobbler With Fresh Whipped Cream that will rock your world. Then for another treat, they're all heading over to the County Fair!

  • Farmhouse Rules

    Nancy Fuller is having a weekend with the grandkids jam-packed with food and fun. First, they're making Grilled Meatloaf Sandwiches, Nancy's Grandma's Potato Salad and a Berry Fruit Cobbler With Fresh Whipped Cream that will rock your world. Then for another treat, they're all heading over to the County Fair!

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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Farmhouse Rules

Farmhouse Rules is a lifestyle and cooking show centered on Nancy Fuller’s kitchen and the Hudson Valley farming community that supplies it.

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