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May 31, 2012, 3:46 pm betterhomesgardens
With the cold days well and truly upon us, the Better Homes and Gardens team have plenty of projects and tips for you to do around your home this weekend. Stay busy and keep warm!
With the cold days well and truly upon us, the Better Homes and Gardens team have plenty of projects and tips for you to do around your home this weekend. Stay busy and keep warm!DIY – ICE AGE PLAYROOM
To celebrate the release of Ice Age 4, continental drift, Rob’s creating the ultimate chill out zone… Complete with an ice berg lounge, ice sculptures, themed vinyl floor and fun activities this makeover will keep the kids entertained for hours. This is one kids playroom makeover you can’t miss!
Throw away that takeaway menu. Karen’s got an authentic delicious Indian Curry you can make at home in no time. This deliciously fragrant lamb and eggplant curry has all the colours and exotic flavours of the real thing and is easier to make than you think. A perfect heart-warming dish for those winter nights
Nothing beats beef for a good, hearty winter meal. Ed shows us how to make a one-pot, mouth wateringly delicious Beef Stew that will warm the family up and won’t cost you a fortune to make.
When it comes to a yummy winter treat to warm those bones, nothing hits the spot quite like a freshly baked apple pie. Ed has taken his Nan’s classic recipe and added a few professional pastry chefs’ tips and turned it into something truly remarkable. This pie will soon become the next family favourite.
Runny nose, sore eyes and throat? Ed’s got the most delicious way to help you survive a cold and flu this winter. He’ll show you how by simply infusing a few herbs and spices, sitting back and enjoying your cuppa, you’ll be on the road to recovery in no time.
Bringing your winter garden back to life has never been so easy. Graham will show you a few gardening trick and tips that will turn your garden from winter drab to fab this weekend.
Even though winter is upon us, there’s still work to be done. Graham heads back to the Veggie patch and gets the kids involved by planting seeds and dealing with snails in the garden. He shows you two approaches to getting seeds started and plants some traps to catch those pesky snails.
Looking for something unique to spruce up your garden path? Jason’s got the answer. He’ll show you how to make a rustic garden gate for less than 50 bucks. Not only will it be inviting to walk through but it will be a conversation starter for years to come.
Jason shows you how to turn those annoying pavers that have becoming unsightly and a real trip hazard into a smooth paved path to be proud of. He’ll walk you through each step showing you how quick, easy it is to fix this very common problem.
Tara’s going to show you how to double your living space by building the ultimate outdoor winter room. A weather proof room that is cheap to build and will maximise all available space and light. Making entertaining fun outside, even in the winter.
Dr Harry makes a house call to a couple who are first-time goat owners and are desperate to learn how to manage their 3-month old goats. These cheeky little kids like to wonder and have everyone running after them. Now, Dr Harry has to catch the kids first and train the owners next!
Winter woes affect your pets as well as you. As it gets colder they suffer from the same aches & pains as we do. Dr Harry’s got bits and tips to keep your fury friend warm and cozy through the cold lonely months.Our Sponsors
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