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Tv chef Fast Ed provides his best recipes and how to videos from the Better Homes and Gardens TV show and magazine. Fast Ed Halmagyi is one of Australia’s best-loved TV chefs and food authors, entertaining and informing Australians with achievable, time-conscious, family-friendly cooking. For 10 years Ed has appeared on television and radio, in newspapers, magazines and books. Best known as the cooking presenter on Seven’s Better Homes and Gardens, Fast Ed transforms elegant restaurant cuisine into recipes that anyone can prepare at home. His motto is simple - “when you do less, the ingredients can do more!”
Are you worried about cooking the perfect Christmas turkey? Don’t be! Ed’s got all the tips and tricks to take the guess work out of cooking the cornerstone of your Christmas lunch. This recipe is nice and simple and will help you achieve perfect results for your Christmas meal.
During the festive season, nothing quite matches the joy of baking, building and devouring a deliciously fragrant gingerbread house. Ed has an idea for an Aussie style gingerbread shack that’s almost too good to eat.
If you’re after a cooling treat this summer why not make your own ice-cream at home? It’s easy, and the best thing is, you can adapt the recipe for almost any flavour.
After a light, colourful and yummy meal for the warm summer days? Ed’s rice salad with calamari meets all the above. Whether you’re entertaining or after a healthy lunch, this is the perfect dish for summer.
Want to take your pork chops to the next level? Ed makes spicy chops with a special redcurrant sauce and shows you a shortcut that way will make you look like a professional at your next dinner party.
Lamb chops and potatoes sounds like pretty simple stuff, but this week Ed’s cooking with spice! transforming these staples into a sensational BBQ meal with wonderfully tangy herb mix.
Ed learns the secret to succulent, rich fruit cake thanks to Mrs Stuckey’s award winning recipe!
Ed puts on his judging cap as four local schools battle it out for the Edible Garden Cooking Competition.