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Nancy Fuller, a mother who runs a multimillion-dollar food distributor with her husband, lives in an 18th-century farmhouse in New York's picturesque Hudson Valley. Fuller's farming lifestyle takes center stage in this series that sees her gathering the best ingredients the land and her farming community have to offer to help her prepare classic, fresh meals for friends and family. The dishes Fuller prepares include lamb stew, roasted chicken, chili, bread pudding, and even mulled wine made from wine that Fuller picks up at a local vineyard.

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Nancy makes her favorites; farm-style chicken and drop dumplings; leafy green salad with goat cheese tarts; banana cream pie with graham cracker crust; rhubarb reunion cocktail; kid-friendly spritzer.
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Sausage-stuffed zucchini boats; dressed up grilled cheese; loaded baked potato soup; sweet cherry pie with sprinkled ice cream scoops.
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Duck cacciatore; warm and cheesy artichoke dip with grilled toasts; cheesy mashed potatoes; rustic ginger plum tart.
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Prime rib sandwiches with horseradish sauce; sweet potato steak fries; gopher bars; Back Nine cocktail.
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Cola milkshake with cherry whipped cream; double patty cheeseburgers with Nancy's special sauce; spicy curly fries with roasted onion dip.
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Nancy surprises her husband with an anniversary meal; filet mignon sandwiches; kale and brussels sprouts salad; carrot cake with pineapple cream cheese frosting.
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Nancy creates a Cuban-inspired menu in honor of her son-in-law with arroz con pollo, sweet and spicy baked plantain chips, a Cuban salad, cheese flan, and spicy mojitos.
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Nancy Fuller's farmhouse is turning 250; sparkling stone fence cocktail; beans and greens bruschetta with broiled goat cheese; bacon-wrapped pork roast with potatoes and onions; warm kohlrabi salad; orange ombre birthday cake with chocolate frosting.
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Nancy cooks up a decadent lunch to celebrate her auction finds; poached salmon salad; herbed rice pilaf; asparagus with hollandaise; sweet pea mimosa; strawberry buckle.
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Nancy invites friends to begin a community quilt and she serves classic rosemary lamb chops, twice baked potatoes, sauteed garlic broccoli rabe and black and white dipped homemade shortbread.
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Salt and pepper biscuits with bacon butter; grilled shrimp and corn salad with herb lime dressing; crawfish pie; caramel and cashew pull-apart bread with coffee ice cream; a Pimm's cup cocktail.
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Nancy hosts a Dance Marathon in the barn where she serves up an eggplant and sausage pasta salad, green beans with bacon, clementine pound cake and pink lemonade.
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Nancy Fuller trades drinks in return for a painting lesson during her friend's canvas and cocktails class; lemon and oregano chicken; orzo pilaf salad; winter citrus tart with shortbread almond crust; Moscow Mule cocktails.
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Foolproof chicken parmesan; spaghetti and meatballs; sauteed green beans with creamy lemon dressing; peanut butter bars with salted chocolate ganache; chocolate, peanut butter and raspberry milkshakes.
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Devils on the Water; shortrib stew with port and horseradish creme; savory garlic scones with herb cheese spread; hasty pudding with vanilla cinnamon whipped cream; Fancy Farmer's cocktails.
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Homemade orange marmalade and hand-rolled whole grain crackers; Nancy's creamed chipped beef; rainbow roasted vegetables; fresh peach and blueberry upside-down cake.
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Famous spicy three-meat chili; jalapeno cornbread; creamed kale with pearl onions; fiery triple chocolate cream pie.
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Nancy invites her bowling team over for a good luck brunch of cream cheese stuffed French toast, sausage and bacon hash, berry granola parfait and Bowlerinas punch.
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Kitchen sink frittata; leftover meatloaf soup; ultimate brownie bread pudding with coconut chunks; overnight cantaloupe oats; sweet vodka sipper.
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Nancy's friend Kardea Brown comes to town for a ladies' weekend; honey-braised leg of lamb with carrots and fennel; peppery parmesan orzo; rustic cinnamon and sugar hand pies with cream cheese filling; okra soup with shrimp.
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Nancy Fuller and her husband, David, enjoy some alone time before their family arrives; penne with meaty ragu; three cheese and herb garlic bread; poppy seed and lemon angel food cake; an old fashioned with rye; David presents Nancy with a surprise.

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