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Master BBQ snapper and fresh salads with cooking tips from BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS.

In the latest episode of Better Homes and Gardens, set to air on the 23rd of February, 2024, viewers will follow Adam and Melissa on the final leg of their Asian journey, making a memorable stop in the vibrant city-state of Singapore. Their adventure showcases the nation’s rich tapestry of gardens, culinary delights, and cultural experiences.

Singapore dazzles with its Gardens By The Bay, home to the iconic Super Trees and the Flower Dome, presenting a world-class collection of flora. The duo also embarks on a colorful journey through Singapore’s Malay district aboard a distinctive yellow Vespa, delving into the local culture and cuisine. The episode promises to place Singapore at the top of viewers’ travel lists.

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Johanna’s Mission to Transform Packaging Waste

In an environmental segment, Johanna investigates an innovative Sydney-based company turning Tetra Pak cartons into durable building materials. This initiative addresses Australia’s pressing waste problem, aiming to increase the recycling rate beyond the current 37%. The process transforms these cartons into construction boards, offering a sustainable alternative for renovations.

Colin’s Culinary Creations

Colin introduces a foolproof method for barbecuing a whole snapper, paired with a vibrant salad, perfect for any occasion. He also shares a refreshing Watermelon, Fennel, Mint & Pea Salad, ideal for warm weather gatherings. Both dishes are not only delicious but also visually stunning, promising to impress guests.

Charlie’s Weekend Home Makeover

Charlie tackles a weekend project, rejuvenating the facade of a 60s cottage with simple, budget-friendly updates. His tips range from reshaping garden beds to painting balustrades, proving that transforming the look of a home can be both affordable and straightforward.

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Juliet’s Guide to Eco-Elegant Art

In a creative segment, Juliet demonstrates how to craft unique, eco-friendly art using natural materials. This project is designed to bring a sense of tranquility and beauty into any home, aligning with sustainable design principles.

Dr. Harry Addresses Duck Breeding Challenges

Lastly, Dr. Harry visits Anita, a hobby farmer facing difficulties with her Cayuga ducks’ egg production. Despite optimal living conditions, the ducks have been underperforming. Dr. Harry’s expertise is sought to solve this quirky dilemma and ensure a thriving duck population.

Better Homes and Gardens airs 23rd of February, 2024 on Channel 7 and 7plus

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