Nancy Fuller

The drastic measures chef Nancy Fuller took to change her entire look

Nancy Fuller has been hosting Food‘s Holiday Baking Championship 2021, but fans are slightly distracted by the chef’s whole new look. From creating holiday memory snow globe scenes in gingerbread, to unseasonable desserts like icebox cakes, she has been guiding contestants along the way. However, eyes are darting to the chef’s weight loss instead.
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Food Network Chef Nancy Fuller will address GAPP

Food Network chef Nancy Fuller, host of the television series Farmhouse Rules, will deliver the keynote address at the third annual meeting of the Association of Genuine Alaska Pollock Producers, to be held virtually on Oct. 27. Fuller partnered with GAPP and Trident Seafoods last year to introduce surimi seafood...
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Nancy Fuller

Nancy Sue Fuller, 82, of Owensville, passed away Thursday, July 8, 2021, at her residence. She was born Aug. 11, 1938, to James Edgar and Louise (Boysen) Wofford in Kansas City. She was united in marriage to David Fuller August 30, 1959, at United Methodist Church in Westwood, Kan. Nancy...

The Worst Mistake A Baking Show Contestant Can Make, According To Nancy Fuller

Celebrity chef and the face of "Farmhouse Rules" Nancy Fuller has extensive experience cooking for others. Per Southern Living, she tackled her catering business and also found innovative ways to feed her six kids before she became a part of the Food Network show. In fact, what inspired her to demonstrate her recipes on camera was the knowledge that she had the ability to feed and impress her loved ones. Her mantra has been the same throughout: Focus on your family. She says, "Put that table in the center of that kitchen and put your family around it!"

Wood-Fired in a Scottish Forest: Ceramics by Nancy Fuller

Wood-fired in the rural forest of Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Nancy Fuller’s one-of-a-kind ceramic vessels are an ode to her history. Fuller was raised in Scotland and returned to Taiwan, where she was born, to study Mandarin Chinese in 2000. There, Fuller discovered ceramics, and spent seven years traveling between Japan and Taiwan before returning to Scotland where she now works.