Premise: Nancy Fuller, a mother who runs a multimillion-dollar food distributor with her husband, lives in an 18th-century farmhouse in New York's picturesque Hudson Valley. Fuller's farming lifestyle takes center stage in this series that sees her gathering the best ingredients the land and her farming community have to offer to help her prepare classic, fresh meals for friends and family. The dishes Fuller prepares include lamb stew, roasted chicken, chili, bread pudding, and even mulled wine made from wine that Fuller picks up at a local vineyard.
Nancy Fuller's grandchildren gear up for the annual cupcake competition at the fair; the grandkids participate for the first time in the competition that Nancy and David host in memory of David's late father.
Nancy Fuller trades her apron for a leather jacket for her 25th year acting as chair for her local hospice's charity motorcycle rally; Nancy prepares a brown bag lunch for the whole gang.