Cooking from his home kitchen, Pete will share his simple and nutritious recipes with the Better Homes audience. Australians have respected Pete’s honest feedback whilst judging home cooked meals prepared by My Kitchen Rules contestants. Now viewers will be able to take Pete’s advice to their own kitchens as he serves up a range of simple family recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
“I’m super excited to be joining the Better Homes and Gardens family. The show has a well-earned trust by all generations of viewers. I can’t wait to share my own family recipes with a focus on sustainable health,” Pete says.
Evans will present on the show regularly throughout the 2018 season alongside chefs Karen Martini and Fast Ed Halmagyi.
2018 marks an incredible 24th year for Better Homes and Gardens. Since its first episode in 1995, the show continues to dominate the lifestyle audience and has collected a record 12 Logie Awards for Most Popular Lifestyle Program.
Pete’s first segment airs Friday, 9 March at 7.00pm on Seven where he’ll cook a delicious pumpkin hummus. Plus, he and wife Nicola show Johanna Griggs around their farm on the NSW North Coast.
Better Homes and Gardens is presented by Johanna Griggs with veterinarian Dr Harry Cooper; Logie award winner builder Adam Dovile; interiors specialist Tara Dennis; landscaper Jason Hodges; horticulturist Graham Ross; and chefs Karen Martini and Fast Ed Halmagyi.
Catch up on more Better Homes and Gardens episodes available at 7plus.