Better Homes and Gardens on Channel 7 – Charlie and Adam are teaming up to turn a forgotten patch of the backyard into a calming oasis, using a material most of us take for granted: earth.
JOHANNA – BIG BASH TO THE BACKYARD WITH MAITLAN BROWN
Maitlan Brown is one creative cricketer. Not only has this fast bowler reached the upper echelons on the pitch, but she’s also passionate about growing her own veg, keeping bees, designing furniture and cooking! She even makes outfits for her gorgeous kelpie, Bobby, and has started a cricket podcast. Plus, she can juggle and sing with her mouth closed! Johanna’s catching up with this one-woman-wonder to find out if there’s anything she can’t do.
CHARLIE + ADAM – FROM THE GROUND UP & OUT
Charlie and Adam are teaming up to turn a forgotten patch of the backyard into a calming oasis, using a material most of us take for granted: earth. They’re creating a rustic rammed earth bench that shows just how beautiful this simple material can be.
KAREN – PULL-APART MOZARELLA SCROLLS WITH LEMONY GARLIC BUTTER
What could be better than perfectly soft bread, filled with mozzarella and a lush lemon garlic butter? Not much, so when you make Karen’s cheesy savoury scrolls you should probably double the recipe!
FAST ED – EASY PAELLA FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
Paella might sound fancy, but it’s actually a super easy and versatile dinner dish that is inexpensive to make. Fast Ed’s version swaps the classic rabbit, chicken and chorizo for meatballs, so even the kids will be happy.
FAST ED – ULTRA CARAMEL SELF-SAUCING PUDDING
Is there a better way to end a meal than with a big bowl of fudgy, caramel pudding? Fast Ed doesn’t think so and, at less than $1 a serve, we bet you’ll agree!
GRAHAM – THE SCENT OF SPRING – CAMDEN PARK HOUSE
It’s spring and gardeners across the country are rejoicing as flowers bloom and gorgeous scents fill their backyards. To celebrate this very special time of year, Graham’s visiting a garden that should be on everyone’s ‘must visit’ list. Heritage-listed Camden Park House is one of Australia’s most important historic houses.
Designed by colonial architect John Verge for wool pioneers John and Elizabeth Macarthur, the gardens here are just as historically significant as the house itself. Graham is stopping by to explore the spring highlights – from wisteria to bougainvillea, camellia, wine palms and more. Plus, he’s got a great idea to add a little bit of spring to your backyard or balcony.
MELISSA – SHORTCUT – SEED POPS
Everyone needs more flowers in their life, so why not spread the love with this easy DIY gift idea? Melissa’s showing you how to make seed pops, a great way to add pops of colour to your garden. Plus, they make a great gift for family and friends, too.
JULIET – HOW TO TIE THE PERFECT BOW
Most of us know how to tie a bow, but they’re often a little lopsided and wonky. This week, Juliet’s sharing a clever trick to help you tie the perfect bow, every time.
DR HARRY – PIDDLING POODLES
When dog lovers Jane and Tim heard about a poodle breeder in trouble, who needed to rehome some dogs, they knew they had to help out. They brought home Peanut and Snoopy, two gorgeous poodles who had lived their entire lives outside in a kennel.
Peanut and Snoopy were quite matted and undernourished, so Jane set to work bringing the dogs back to tip-top health, but there was one problem she hadn’t counted on: the duo have been really difficult to toilet train. Dr Harry’s stopping by to help get these piddling poodles under control.
JOHANNA – THE PICK OF THE BUNCH
With over 60 car manufacturers selling 380 different models, buying a new car can be a daunting task. Trying to decide which car is better than the others can be like comparing apples and oranges, but tonight, Johanna is going to help you sort the wheat from the chaff. By looking at a range of cars in each of three price categories, she’ll help you make the choice that’s right for you.
Better Homes and Gardens on Channel 7 and 7plus – Friday 20 October, 2023 at 7pm
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