If you missed the show, here are the best bits to listen back to from Home & Garden, Saturday, November 17th and 18th 2018.
Daniel Jenkins from Kaikoura Cheese discusses how they make fresh soft cheese using traditional methods, using only the very best goat's milk supplied by Willoughby Farm, the lovely creamy Jersey cow's milk from Laugrange Farm and sheep's milk from MacDonald Livestock.
Supermarket Sleuth: Shoplifting is an ongoing problem
"Supermarket Sleuth" John Winters discusses shoplifting for retailers, health & wellness as a trend, and seasonal chips.
Topp Country: A Culinary Journey
The Topp Twins bring tales from the countryside through the pleasure of food and love, as they meet 60 farmers and growers around New Zealand in this cookbook with a difference. Their love for the land and its people is interwoven with inspiring stories, poems and approximately 75 recipes, including family favourites.
Thick-skinned lemons for preserves
Heather Cole from the Country Trading Company talks lemons for making preserves. She says lemons are a good introduction to food preservation, with preserved lemons keeping up to a year!
The first season for tree planting
Fredrik Hjelm, arborist at The Living Tree Company, talks about “the first season”
for new trees to be planted, including his top tips and tricks.
How to get the perfect summer lawn
Summer is on the way and that means insects and dry lawns. Gerard Dyer, lawn guru from TLC Lawns, shares the three basic secrets to a great lawn.
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.
Tawapou Coastal Natives
Tawapou Coastal Natives has rapidly become a major supplier of native plants from New Zealand's Northeast coastline and offshore islands. Over the past few years Guy and Sandra Bowden have been developing a native plant nursery specialising in plants that grow naturally on the coastal regions of Northland.
Christmas Tree Decorations
Does your Christmas tree need a little refresh? whether you want understated, rustic, glam, or totally OTT colorful, Kate Alexander, Creative Director, Places & Graces has some great ideas.
Your Employer Can sue you
Did you know the employer can sue the employees for damages, breach of good faith and breach of the employment Agreement and In one case the employee was ordered to pay his employer over $5million in damages, Max Whitehead, Employment Law Specialist, Whitehead Group explains.
Living the Dream Life
Adi and Logan Courtney sold everything to live in a house truck with their two children, now the couple has co authored and self published a book about their three years travelling around New Zealand called What you have always wanted to do.
How to make a Rental Property homely
Catherine Foster is a Freelance Writer with a specific interest in home design, she is a regular contributor to Your Home & Garden, Home NZ and NZ House & Garden and Author of the recently released “Repurposed”
Listen to the full interviews above.
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