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Congratulations to Joylicious for winning a copy of "The Charleston Chef's Table" by Holly Herrick.

Her recipe for Roasted Tomato Soup stood out for its beautiful photography and simple yet rich flavor —

perfect for cold, winter nights.

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Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


Enter to Win a Copy of Nancy Fuller's New Cookbook, Farmhouse Rules

As fans of her Food Network show Farmhouse Rules know, Nancy Fuller is all about food, family and the farm, and in her first-ever cookbook, Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, she'll celebrate those same three traditions.

Recently FN Dish caught up with Nancy to chat about her new book, and she told us that the style of cooking presented in it is indeed "farmhouse," allowing for "chop, chop, in the pot" preparation. The recipes are "very simple, very seasonal," she said, and in keeping with that idea, she's broken up the book into four main parts, each highlighting a season of the year and some of its most-tried-and-true recipes, from spring's Buttery Braised Radishes to fall's Pot Roast Done Easy.

"It's just basic, good, honest, whole-food food," Nancy explains of her recipes, which she adds are ideal for even the littlest cooks in the kitchen. As she is a grandmother of 13, Nancy knows all about what it takes to cook with kids and was sure to create some of the cookbook recipes with her grandkids in mind. "I did one breakfast for each season, and they were all totally developed around the children," she reveals. "10 years old, 15 years old, 22 years old, 95 years old. Everybody can understand the recipe," she tells us.

You can preorder your copy of Nancy's book from the Food Network Store, but FN Dish is giving five readers the chance to win one each for free. All you have to do to be entered to win is leave a comment below telling us which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite. You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win. Find them all here.

So, tell us: Which of Nancy's recipes is your favorite? Find them all here. (You must include the recipe URL to be entered to win.)


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Comments:

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  3. Gazsi

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  4. Eugene

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