Simon Rimmer is co-presenter of Channel 4's Sunday Brunch

My life in food: Simon Rimmer, chef

'There's nothing like dry-roasting spices and grinding them by hand'

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The Wrecking Ball singer believes she could have pushed the boundaries even further in her controversial performance

Mark Hix uses meat stock in his huss forestière

Huss forestière

Serves 4

Simple, earthy dish: Roasted onions and wild mushrooms

Roasted onions and wild mushrooms

Serves 4

Bit of spice: Partridge tagine with olives

Partridge tagine with olives

Serves 4-6

Diver-caught scallops at the Ruin Beach Cafe

On the menu: Ruin Beach Café; Young British Foodie awards; Pierre Hermé; Gilgamesh

This week I've been eating... scallops

Suits you, sir: model wears pinstripe suit £475, Tommy Hilfiger, tommy.com

iStyle: Preppy boy made good

Tommy Hilfiger is known as an Ivy League label, but as its relaunch will show, it can dress men for almost every social occasion, says Lee Holmes

Fish House burger

Serves 4

Hamburger with club sauce

Serves 4

Deer steak burger with green peppercorn sauce

Serves 4

If we want a fairer education system we must start by putting less pressure on kids

Richer parents will always buy into extra provision – so why not ensure all pupils are put on a more equal footing

Freshly picked raw courgettes slivers combined with just a few other simple ingredients it works a treat

Shaved courgette, fennel and red onion salad

Serves 4

Grilled courgettes with cuttlefish and capers

Grilled courgettes with cuttlefish and capers

Serves 4

Scotland's sauce wars: Charge for ketchup in Edinburgh leaves customer from Glasgow with chip on shoulder

It is a gastronomic preference that has long divided natives of Scotland’s two biggest cities. But Edinburgh’s long-standing love affair with salt ’n’ sauce on its fish and chips has brought cries of racial discrimination from a Glaswegian.

Swann dons a swan balloon hat

Ashes 2013: Shane Warne labels England 'crass' and 'arrogant' amid reports players urinated on wicket at The Oval

The incident is said to have taken place as the hosts celebrated their 3-0 series victory over Australia

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