Gardening Australia ep.30 2016

Guerrilla Gardeners
Costa is in Cremorne Point on Sydney's North Shore exploring a lush, public garden with a romantic history
Triumph Amongst the Trees
Jerry meets a plant collector who has been packing exotic treasures into her incredible garden for over 35 years
The Humble Spud
With the weather warming up it's time to get stuck into planting spuds
Magical Mushrooms
Josh meets a couple of young innovators who have combined waste management with urban farming to grow nutritious and healthy fungi
FAQs - Expired Seed | Earthworms | Pruning Frost Damage
Jane explains what to do with seed that's out of date; Angus gives the lowdown on using earthworms in a worm farm and Sophie tells when to prune frost damaged plants
Handsome Hedges
Jane explains the good reasons why camellias are one of Australia's favourite hedging plants

Gardening Australia provides practical, realistic, and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining all Australian gardeners around the world.

Gardening Australia ep.30 2016
Gardening Australia ep.30 2016

Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking - Episode 5

Mary shares her foolproof recipes for those days when you are simply run off your feet. Her mantra is ‘get organised, and try to do things ahead’ and the dishes she prepares in this episode are ones you can get together in no time. Tomato soup made from ingredients from the store cupboard and express bacon and pesto pasta are perfect examples of dishes that take under 20 minutes to rustle up. When Mary feels the need to unwind there is one recipe that is perfect for slowing things down – her salmon, fennel and pea risotto.

After visiting Wiltshire and meeting Sonia, who runs a vegbox scheme, Mary is inspired to create a delicious roasted cauliflower dish, which is also the perfect accompaniment to her stuffed chicken thighs. Finally, Mary makes the perfect little quick pud – passion fruit pots with sweet lemon crisps.

Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking - Episode 5

James Martin's French Adventure ep.11

  In the eleventh episode, James’s journey takes him to the glitz and glamour of St. Tropez. Cooking, in true St Tropez style, aboard a yacht, James makes the most of the local seafood cooking ‘en papillote’. Also taking a local tour, James learns how Brigitte Bardot transformed the town from a quiet fishing village to an international hotspot, and he drops in on an old friend, Michel Roux, for a special barbeque with ingredients from Michel’s garden.

TV chef James Martin is set to star in brand new food travel series, journeying through France to the locations that inspired his culinary career and paying homage to his culinary hero Keith Floyd.
 Holidaying and studying in France as a teenager, the country was influential in establishing James’ love for food. Hitting the open road on a journey of nostalgia, the new series follows James as he retraces the memorable TV trip his food hero Keith Floyd once took 30 years ago, while also visiting the places that carved his culinary beginnings.
 Exploring and sampling the very best in French cuisine, James’ journey starts in Provence and continues onto Perigord, Burgundy, Alsace, Pay Basque and Brittany, all the while stopping to produce his own versions of the iconic dishes he finds on location.

James Martin's French Adventure ep.11
James Martin's French Adventure ep.11 

Mary Berry's Foolproof Cooking - Episode 4

     This episode features scrumptious goodies to thrill the family and keep them coming back for more!
     First, Mary prepares a simple and easy herb flatbread that the whole family can muck in with. Next up, she enlists the help of two of her older granddaughters to prepare a delicious chicken and bacon lattice pie, with foolproof lattice pastry. Mary then moves on to a dish popular with her family – a light tuna salad with avocado and lemon mustard dressing. Then, to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth, Mary and her grandsons make cranberry and coconut energy bars.

   Her final two dishes are perfect for a Sunday lunch when you don’t want to spend all morning in the kitchen – butterflied leg of lamb, followed by the ultimate foolproof pudding – honeycomb ice cream.
   Mary Berry draws on her wealth of cookery know-how to share a selection of her foolproof recipes.