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Karen draws inspiration from the Mediterranean this week, with a Maltese-inspired winter warmer: Spiced Rice with Beef Mince. This beautifully fragrant dish is comfort food at its best, and will have your tastebuds singing.

It’s ‘70s week! Grab your flares, bust out your pet rock and get ready to boogie; this week Better Homes and Gardens is turning the spotlight on the funkiest decade of them all – the 1970s.

Can you love your dog too much? Dr Harry is in Sydney to visit a diva dog who inspired his owners to write a book called ‘The Complete Guide to a Dog’s Best Friend’ – but Banjo the Fox Terrier has become so used to the spotlight he wants all the attention all the time!

If winter’s got you dreaming of warm sandy beaches and cocktails at sunset, join Graham this week as he takes us to paradise: a visit to Tropical Fruit World on the Gold Coast. With the largest range of tropical fruits on offer in Australia, this delicious walkaround will show you some spectacular fruits you’ve never seen – or even heard of! Plus, Graham shows us how to grow some of these tropical fruits at your place. Follow this link for more information about tropical fruit growing regions.

2015 has seen a rise in popularity of Greek cuisine, and this week Ed takes on a Mediterranean classic – Avegolemono soup, aka Greek lemon chicken soup. Full of lush flavours and fresh ingredients, this soup will definitely be your new favourite (and best of all it’s healthy too!).

If you like your desserts well balanced then check out Ed’s Baked Chocolate Ricotta Pudding. Blending a light and fluffy texture with rich and creamy flavours this tasty delight will satisfy your sweet tooth, and you can whip it up in under an hour.

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