Food Network’s Nancy Fuller, Colorado State University and The Cooking Studio to host Cooking Competition and Farmhouse Rules Cookbook signing on September 25th!  

Sep 12, 2018 | Member News


NEW YORK, NY – (September 12th, 2018)-  Food Network Star Nancy Fuller will make an appearance at The Cooking Studio in Ft. Collins, Colorado on Tuesday, September 25th for a friendly cooking competition with CSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition students.  The event will take place in The Cooking Studio kitchens (123 N. College Ave., Suite 130, Ft. Collins, CO 80524) from 6-8pm.  Appetizers and desserts will be provided by Daddy Cakes Bakery. Jim Hewitt owner of The Cupboard, will be providing prizes for the students on both teams. The competition is an invitation-only event.

Prior to the event, Nancy will host a book signing at The Cooking Studio which is open to the public. The signing will begin at 5pm and books will be available for purchase on-site.  The cost of the book is $25 and cash and credit are accepted.  If attendees already own a copy of Nancy’s book, she will be happy to sign it as well.

More information on Nancy Fuller:

Nancy serves as a judge for Food Network’s hit series Holiday Baking Championship and Spring Baking Championship, which have garnered over two million viewers and have been renewed for additional seasons. The new season of Holiday Baking Championship will return in November 2018.  Nancy has also made appearances on Dr. Oz, Pickler & Ben, Home & Family (Hallmark Channel), Today Show, Rachael Ray Show, The Chew, The Kitchen, In the Kitchen with David (QVC), and Wendy Williams. Nancy’s debut cookbook, released in 2015, has been featured multiple times in People Magazine, made the USA Today Best Seller List, and the Wall Street Journal’s Best Seller List. True to Nancy’s style, her cookbook, titled Farmhouse Rules, highlights the area she loves and calls home. Nancy lives in an authentic 17th century farmhouse on beautiful, rolling land in New York’s Hudson Valley region, where she tapes her show Farmhouse Rules. Nancy’s food and recipes represent her surroundings on the farm and show how to prepare what is in season. Nancy continues to craft recipes that are near and dear to her heart as she prepares to launch her second cookbook. Her cookbooks are influenced by personal stories, and feature her easy, “chop, chop in the pot,” entertaining style. She is also the owner of Ginsberg’s Foods, that she runs with her husband.

More information on Farmhouse Rules: Simple Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family:

Nancy Fuller believes in bringing family together around the table, sharing stories and table manners. Her philosophy is to feed others with delicious, simple meals from the heart. Her straight-shooter approach to cooking will take the hassle out of dinner preparation. Every recipe helps readers to make healthy, authentic cooking their daily standard: From Buttery Braised Radishes to Bacon Wrapped Trout and Johnny’s Carrot Cake, Nancy shows readers how satisfying freshly cooked comfort food can be. She wants to instill pride in the home cook, and this book will help any chef–from beginner to experienced, cook with authentic ingredients for hearty, healthy meals.