If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from Home & Garden, Saturday, November 24th 2018.
Gourmet Deli Marlborough
With 30 years experience as a trained chef, Margaret McHugh of Gourmet Deli is very much hands on in her kitchen to ensure that her customers receive the best of food and service.
Supermarket Sleuth: Plastic bags are gone, is it a step forward?
"Supermarket Sleuth" John Winters discusses a new organic ice cream, smaller supermarkets and plastic bags are gone in favour of reusable bags. But is it a step forward or more of a sidestep?
Restoring New Zealand's coastal fisheries
LegaSea is a committed group of Kiwis working together to restore the coastal fisheries. They are a mixed team of professionals and volunteers. Scott McIndoe explains.
The extraordinary Italian taste
Last year, over 100 countries across the world came together for one of the best excuses to swirl pasta. Flavia Spena, owner of Viavio Cheese, talks about “The extraordinary Italian taste” - a week of Italian cuisine from 19-25 November 2018.
Nikita Engels, garden manager at Eden Gardens, talks about the unique garden situated on the eastern slopes of Mt Eden. It is a wonderfully peaceful sanctuary, five and a half acres of splendid garden just minutes from downtown Auckland.
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.
Manuka Seaweed Mulch
Cath Cooper talks about New Zealand Manuka Seaweeds which is an Opotik based seaweed processing company with a second, newly built facility now also operating in Masterton. Through this business they create and distribute naturally sourced Manuka and seaweed products
Do Kiwis like Whites and Neutrals
Davina Harper, Colour and Design Specialist, Dulux NZ talks colour in the home and do Kiwis just like whites and neutrals or are we more colourful than you think.
Upcycling with Style
Sarah Heeringa, Journalist/Editor/Homemaker talks about her latest book Upcycling with Style which encourages readers to think creatively. It is packed with projects, tips and practical information as a guide to making your home and garden inviting places without having to splurge on expensive items.
In recent years ceiling fans have evolved to compliment everyones taste in design with a wide variety of colours, blade styles and finishes. The ceiling fan is no longer relegated to being an ugly but functional part of your home decor and can now be a feature in itself. Benjamin Crowther, The Lighting Centre, Marua Road, Mt Wellington explains.
Listen to the full interviews above.
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