Home & Garden: In case you missed it

Home & Garden 10/11/2018

If you missed Home & Garden with Tony Murrell, here are the best bits to listen back to from Saturday and Sunday, November 10th and 11th 2018.

Hemp seed for human consumption

Hemp seed is the most nutritious seed on the planet because it's a complete protein profile, rich in omega 3, 6 and 9, packed with essential vitamins and mineral - plus it's delicious. And, starting this week, hemp seed is now legal to sell as food in New Zealand.

Cameron Sims from Founder Plant Culture explains.

The Art of Food

A collection of illustrated recipes by Paul Marshall and Tony Richards called The Art of Food is truly a cookbook like no other. Full of easy, no-fuss recipes - this completely original cookbook has no photographs. Just fabulous, retro-style illustrations. 

Supermarket Sleuth: Banana shortage across New Zealand

Photo: Newshub.

"Supermarket Sleuth" John Winters talks about the banana shortage hitting New Zealand, the CEO of Walmart in New Zealand, and why shoplifting is a big problem for all retailers.

Ripe Recipes

File: Ripe Deli

Angela Redfern talks about her new book Ripe Recipes, a collection of recipes that celebrates over 15 years of business for Ripe Deli. It includes all-time favourites as well as exciting new dishes arranged by season. Recipes vary from fast, fresh food for busy midweek dinners to pleasantly challenging dishes for home cooks who want to push themselves. 

Sausages with Double Brown

Riversdale Meats prides itself on being an old fasioned style butchers shop. Daniel Butler of Riversdale Meats (near Gore) talks about his latest venture and what he calls the 'Double Brown Sausage'.

Roses are out in colour

Breeding roses has long been a passion and an exciting adventure for Rob Somerfield. The owner of Te Puna's Rob Somerfield Roses joins Home & Garden to discuss.

The Queen of Clean

Best-selling Australian author Shannon Lush is the "Queen of Clean", specialising in helping us all in cleaning and household management.

She joined Tony Murrell to share a few simple cleaning tips.

The Galloping Gaelic Gardener

Over the years Trevor Edwards has built up a deep understanding of gardens throughout Ireland. In 2003 he set up Plantsman's Garden Tours to allow him to bring keen gardeners into Ireland. Trevor frequently acts as a world-wide Gardens Tour Manager, visiting countries like Spain, Italy and New Zealand.

Saluting Excellence in Building

Brian White, Edwards White Architects, Hamilton was not only the the winner of the Sir Miles Warren Award for Commercial Architecture but also the winner of two other awards for projects in Hamilton against stiff competition from buildings all over NZ.

Annie Sloan - The Queen of Paint

Annie Sloan transformed the world of furniture paint with the creation of her own brand of decorative paint, Chalk Paint, in 1990. Annie’s fine art background and contagious enthusiasm for decorative painting has motivated both home painters and experienced professionals, unlocking countless creative potentials over the last 30 years.

Kiwi Kitchen Judged Best in the World

Auckland designer Celia Visser has won the top honour at this year's SBID Awards in the UK. She said the contemporary lines of the kitchen won over the judges and that she set out to ensure the overall impression was an eye catching piece of modern art.

Living Big in a Tiny House

Living Big In A Tiny House is an important project for Bryce Langston, as it symbolises another step towards a way of life that is more congruent with his values and passion for protecting the earth. The author of Living Big in a Tiny House, Bryce Langston, has developed a large international following for his YouTube series of the same name, and from this experience provides a fascinating insight into the rapidly growing, global, tiny-house movement.

Listen to the full interviews above.

Home and Garden with Tony Murrell, 7am - 10am Saturday and Sunday mornings on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.