On today’s episode of “Farmhouse Rules,” titled, “Fabric of a Farm Town,” Nancy Fuller, the born and raised farm girl from Upstate New York has always been serving and eating good food. Her recipes called rules have been handed down for generations. Nancy has been a chef and caterer for over twenty-five years and as a mother of six and grandmother of thirteen, she is still madly in love with her city boy hubby, David.
Nancy invited her close-knit girlfriends to start a community quilt. Each patch will represent a family or farm in their town. To celebrate the occasion, Nancy will be cooking for her friends. She is making her Classic Rosemary Lamb Chops, Twice-Baked Potatoes using beautiful russet potatoes, Sautéed Garlic Broccoli Rabe and for dessert Black and White Chocolate Dipped Shortbread Cookies. To find all the recipes for this episode check here.
It is such a pleasure to watch Nancy make her delicious recipes. She gives great tips along the way, does not mind getting her hands full of olive oil, and always tastes everything she makes; just to be sure it is good enough to serve. While grilling the lamb chops, she warned not to cook them too long, just three minutes on each side as they sizzled from the marinade they were coated with.
The ladies arrived just in time to sit and eat, the food was scrumptious and when they were done it was time to have dessert, Nancy’s yummy cookies and champagne. As some women stitched by hand, Nancy chose to use her sewing machine. The quilt was coming along very nicely and the tribute to the farming community was loved by all on this episode of “Farmhouse Rules.”