By Tony Murrell and Helen Jackson
This is it, the last long weekend for a while and the best opportunity to get down to your local and pick up some brilliant bargains and stunning plants for winter
Last week I briefly touched on foraging for food with Tim Durrant from Landscapedesign.co.nz
This week we get to hear from a guy who does just that and then turns found food into amazing recipes!
What traditionally goes into the soil at this time of the year?
Do you plant by the moon calendar? Does it really work?
What's brown, kind of ugly and can be eaten literally hundreds of ways?
Lianne joins us for Tui Time and teaches us more about this ancient crop.
That’s me, plus loads of your calls throughout the show.
While hot cross buns are technically for Good Friday they really are too good to restrict to one day and what better way to spend a Saturday morning than by making your own yeasty dough?
Here is my favourite hot cross bun recipe, but I would love to see yours as well.
Of course, we have lots of other Easter treats lined up for you including this very luscious Easter chocolate tart recipe.
Do you have Easter food traditions in your house? If so, we would love to hear them!
Feijoas are everywhere and for those that have had enough of eating them as is, it would be great to have some more recipe ideas.
Lindy Milan joins up talking up at Taste Of Ireland.
Tony and Helen