"Left over party foods such as quiches and sausage rolls can be frozen and kept for packed lunches when you return to work" moreover on the 1st of June, around 400 farmers opened their gates to the public, so that people could learn what happens on a working farm. in addition to this the citrus longhorn beetle, a non-native beetle which is harmful to a range of trees and shrubs, was discovered in august having travelled here in maple trees (Acer Palmatum) from China. i'd also like to point out at this stage that, "You can freeze any excess Christmas cheese. Grate hard cheeses first, then use it straight from frozen, while stilton freezes well as it is", which reminds me that 24.6 million tonnes of cereals were harvested in2008, up 28% from 2007. WHeat harvests hit a record high, so because "Bread goes stale faster in a fridge than out. The best way to make a loaf last is to cut it in two and keep half in the freezer until you need it". Furthermore, David cycled more than 50 miles in aid of the British Heart Foundation.