How to look after bone-handled cutlery

Bone-handled cutlery should not be put in the dishwasher – the heat can loosen the glue that fixes blade and handle together. Hand-wash in warm soapy water and dry immediately.

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Your chance to buy your own copy of Diana Moran’s Easifit DVD

Your chance to buy your own copy of Diana Moran’s Easifit DVD

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Your chance to buy your own copy of Diana Moran’s Easifit DVD – Ease into Fitness with the Green Goddess – at the special price of only £6.99. Go to buy here >

This is Easifit – Ease back into fitness, whatever your age! simple exercises specially designed for those later on in life; who haven’t exercised in a while or just can’t do the type of exercise they used to

BBC Breakfast’s Diana Moran has produced a revolutionary fitness program, entitled ‘EasiFit with Diana Moran’. It consists of simple exercises specially designed for those later on in life; who haven’t exercised in a while or just can’t do the type of exercise they used to. The additional facial exercises bring together fitness and beauty, ensuring glowing results.

Rusty baking tin?

The best remedy is to get a wire pot scrubber (or Brillo pad) and go at the rust with hot soapy water until it’s all gone. Dry well, then apply a light film of vegetable oil with kitchen paper. Store in a plastic bag to prevent any dust sticking to the surface.

How to soften your towels

Do your towels always end up stiff? Chances are you’re using too much detergent, which is not being rinsed properly from the fabric. Try running a few clean ones, without detergent, in the rinse programme and see how many suds are there! If so, use less detergent in future.

Le Creuset pan-cleaning trick

If you leave your Le Creuset pan a long time before cleaning (tut!), it can be a pain. Ease the strain with a slice of fresh pineapple – the enzyme within cuts right through the food stain, making cleaning easier.