Your freezer's a hero!
You can freeze food you haven't had time to eat right up to its 'use by' date.
It acts like a pause button, giving us more time to eat the food we buy.
Once frozen it won't spoil and puts the 'use by' date on hold.
It's safe to freeze almost any food. If it's got a 'use by' date simply freeze it before the date, and when you are ready - defrost and use it within 24 hours.
February is the month for lovers - and chocolate will most certainly be on the menu for quite a few of us!
But to help you stick to your diet resolutions we take a look at what else is readily in season this month.
Sunday 5th February 2012 is National Yorkshire Pudding Day; a day which does not get a lot of coverage ... but we believe it should.
It is the 21st century and with a plethora of pre-made, heat up Yorkshire puddings available, it's easy to see why people are choosing to go for quick option - but where is the fun in that?
Get ready to smile, laugh and read along.
World Book Day is back on 1st March 2012 with a set of eight new children's books from Britain and Ireland's finest authors.
Young people can pick one of the must-reads for free with a £1 World Book Day Book Token, which will be handed out in schools from January 2012.
Our kidneys are amazing!
Their main job is to remove toxins and excess water from our body. Kidneys also help to control our blood pressure, to produce red blood cells and to keep our bones healthy.
They keep us alive, but for different reasons people of all ages may suffer kidney failure.