Sammy and Bella’s Kitchen Rescue

Time Schedule

Tue 18:00 | Wed 23:00 | Thu 10:00 | Fri 14:00 | Sat 7:30 | Sun 14:00

Overview

Sammy & Bella are on a mission to help everyday Australians overhaul their recipes and rescue their disorganised kitchens. Each week, we meet a new guest in need of a makeover. Follow Sammy & Bella as they share fast and easy recipes, handy kitchen hacks and get down to business rearranging and rescuing kitchens across Australia.

01-07 June: Episode 6

Portug-EASY chicken This week we meet Marguerite – an Irish woman who is desperate to impress her Portuguese husband with some of his homeland recipes and has a problem of letting go. Sammy and Bella spice things up with some classic Portuguese chicken, salmon handkerchief pasta and scrumptious espresso pancakes topped with golden caramel chocolate sauce. Back at Marguerite’s house, the girls strip the cluttered pantry back to just the essentials and find a terrifying Christmas surprise in the back of the fridge!

Episode 7

Dinner for One This week we meet Pete; a single guy looking for love whose go to meal is takeaway. Pete’s hoping Sammy & Bella can rescue his very spartan kitchen set up and show him how to cook some quick, simple, healthy meals. Top of the agenda for Pete are some dishes he can create to impress the ladies. He’s also keen to learn a few ‘bloke food’ style recipes that are easy to make at home. Sammy & Bella have their work cut out for them at Kitchen Central before heading back to Pete’s house for a desperately needed Kitchen Rescue.

Episode 8

You get a salmon! You get a salmon! Everyone gets a salmon! This week we meet Tracey, a mother of 3 with a chicken called Oprah. Her new home renovations have left her with a ‘glamping pantry’ and a nightmare fridge in dire need of some better storage solutions. With 3 super sporty kids, Tracey’s after fast healthy meals that can feed the whole family. Sammy and Bella show her a 20 minute salmon recipe; adorable vegetarian stuffed tomatoes and Tracey’s daughter Sage joins and gets her hands dirty with a delicious lemonade scone recipe.

Episode 9

Sharing is Caring This week we meet busy sisters May & Maha. They live in a share house with a few of their friends. Everyone has their own separate food cupboards and it’s rare for them to cook or eat together. Since the sisters also hate washing up, Sammy & Bella invite them to Kitchen Rescue Central to teach them some ‘one pot wonders’ and on trend recipes that are simple to cook at home. Back at May and Maha’s house, Sammy & Bella tackle the challenging kitchen arrangements to set them up with a functional, user-friendly space.

Episode 10 

Fussy Eaters This week, Sammy and Bella rescue food blogger and father of two, Simon. While he loves experiencing new cafes and cuisines, his daughters are fussy eaters. Sammy and Bella devise some sneaky but clever tricks to get more veggies into their family meals. They even get the girls involved in helping their dad, Simon to make colourful homemade pasta! Back at Simon’s house Sammy and Bella are bringing in some additional storage solutions to help make the family kitchen a little bit more organised and functional.

Episode 11

Leftover Lovers This week we meet time poor, working parents Kimberley and Jonathan. This meat loving couple, with two children who are both picky eaters, want to find ways to add more veggies into their meals without compromising on flavour. With Sammy and Bella’s help, they’ll discover some flavour packed, time saving recipes the whole family will love. Plus we explore the food culture of Jonathan’s Malaysian/Indian heritage for inspiration.

Episode 12

Let’s taco ‘bout it! Betty and Lisa are teeny tiny sisters living in a teeny tiny house. Lovers of both healthy and on trend cuisine, they’re hoping Sammy and Bella can help them reduce their weekly takeout bill. At Kitchen HQ Sammy & Bella get the fiesta started with some healthy fish tacos, a bubbly kombucha apple spritz and lean green tofu Buddha Bowls with a southern Asian-inspired pesto. They also solve the girls’ teeny-tiny problem of having no space in the kitchen and stock the fridge with delicious treats.