Friday, March 14, 2014

Farmhouse Rules Renewed For 2nd Season

Photo - Food Network
Nancy Fuller's show Farmhouse Rules has been renewed for a 2nd season, which will premiere on Saturday, April 19th at 10:30am.

This is the third series that started last year which has been renewed for a second season, joining Amy Thielen's Heartland Table (premiered 3/8), and Damaris Phillips' Southern at Heart (starting 3/16).

Here is the press release about Farmhouse Rules season 2:

Food Network to Premiere New Season of FARMHOUSE RULES, 4/19

The lively and always charming Nancy Fuller welcomes viewers back into her kitchen with new recipes and hometown adventures in an all-new season of Farmhouse Rules premiering Saturday, April 19th at 10:30am ET/PT on Food Network. Honoring her farmer roots, Nancy continues to serve up hearty and wholesome family recipes that satisfy any hungry crowd. From preparing the perfect date night meal for her husband David to serving up a cookout for her grandkids, Nancy is always finding new ways to celebrate food with the ones she loves.

Throughout the new season, Nancy introduces new recipes and embarks on new escapades around her hometown in New York's Hudson Valley. In one episode Nancy hosts a "Welcome Home" party for her nephew and his service buddies who have just returned from performing combat rescue operations in Afghanistan. Nancy cooks up an All-American meal of Fried Pork Chops, Braised Kale and Tomatoes, Apple Pie with Cheddar Cheese Crust and Beer Ginger Shandy. In another episode, Nancy meets some friends down at the community center for Bingo night and it's her Turn to bring the food. She 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 Honey Glazed Ham Sandwiches on Homemade Honey Buns and Corn Chowder. Nancy's Braided Strawberry Tart is the perfect dessert for a night of fun and games with friends.

For delicious recipes, photos and more on Nancy, visit

Nancy Fuller lives in an authentic 17th-century farmhouse on beautiful, rolling land in New York's Hudson Valley region. Being on a farm, Nancy's food and recipes represent her surroundings and her philosophy of feeding others with delicious, simple meals from the heart. Nancy is a warm, loving mother of six and grandmother to 13, she owns and operates her Ginsberg's Foods business with her husband David.

Farmhouse Rules is produced by Follow Productions.

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  2. Never seen the show. Might have to check it out!

  3. oops, I know better! manor/manner Um, her house is big?

  4. Love this REAL woman--she and her husband are adorable.
    Also LOVE LOVE LOVE the cute gal on Heartland Table. Watching her this morning, I learned MORE from her than I've ever learned from any Chef on FN. So refreshing to look at the cooking instead of the "Look at My Boobs" and "rectangular smile" of the likes of Giada. Done and Over Giada.

  5. That was a given. I knew she'd get another season after they gave the green light for a 2nd season of Damaris' awful show.

  6. I agree with Judy K. below. Almost word for word.

  7. It feels so refreshing watching Farmhouse Rules. Nancy is so down-to-earth yet knowledgeable and authentic. At first I thought she was just to be an imitation of Paula Deen ( whom I love). However, she has proven herself to be a woman of substance who stands on her own. Love this show. Well done Food Network.

  8. Oh no. No! This woman YELLS every word she speaks. And in the off chance she's not yelling, she sounds so utterly patronizing or parental I can't stand it. Stunned that FN is bringing her back, but I guess I shouldn't be.