How quickly the year is rolling along! May’s weather is getting cooler and the family’s appetite for wholesome meals may be rising as the temperature drops. You can find fabulous recipes for tantalising dishes, sure to please even the toughest critics from page 89 – 94. On Page 111 you can find directions to turn everyone’s favourite Anzac biscuits into a delicious slice, filled with caramel, and topped with cream, banana and passionfruit! Mouthwatering!
Do you enjoy patchwork quilting? Pages 44 – 50, have quilts to take you right through to winter. Start now and choose from rugs done in hearts and check material, a bargello quilt done from a jelly roll, or a large star quilt using half triangles and square pieces- simple enough for beginners.
If your garden needs a lift, try planting some variegated plants to replace the flowers that are starting to fade and die. Speckled, streaked or colored foliage leaves in pots, bring the outside inside to brighten your home for the winter months.
Take a look at page 82 for some “Potty Ideas” for a fantastic feature piece on your patio. Use bright colored petunias, ferns or succulents and paint the planter any color that you like. Follow the instructions to create your very own masterpiece.
Ed’s fast food in a flash pages are covered in meals that are simple and easy to make. Ed’s got you sorted for dinner, dessert and even afternoon tea with a delicious recipe for butter cookies. See pages 96 – 110 for full instructions and lists of ingredients. Keep the family fed in a flash.
There’s almost too much to talk about in this months Better Homes and Gardens Magazine! Visit your local library for a copy or go online to RBDigital and see for yourself what’s inside.