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Place the scallop shells on plates, arrange the sea vegetables on the scallops and spoon over a little rapeseed oil

Steamed scallop with seashore vegetables

Serves 4

Tales from the Trees: Harewood Housewoods, Leeds

Stags stalk the sun-dappled grounds of this stately home

Red mullet with tomatoes and black olives

Red mullet with tomatoes and black olives

Serves 4

Sprouts being harvested by Jane Bentley at TH Clements farm in Boston

The forecast is windy: Stand by for bumper crop of Brussels sprouts

Festive shoppers can relax after last year's warnings of sprouts shortage

Postcard from... Berlin

Inbee Park had an early start at St Andrews and carded an opening 69

Sticky patch halts Inbee Park's progress at British Open

A roller coaster is how Inbee Park described her day, a rapid climb to the top of the leader board followed by a steep descent and then a birdie to finish. There was a bit of everything as the Korean's quest for the Grand Slam began at the Ricoh Women's British Open here, not least a hint of frailty to balance the otherworldly stuff that saw her rampage into an early lead.

Pilots gather for freedom to fly in China's forbidden skies

Restrictions ban private aircraft owners from almost all of China’s airspace. But Nuomin He, one of the country’s estimated 2,000 private aircraft owners, is one of the few who grouped together for the Air Nadaam festival in Hexigten, Inner Mongolia – the first event of its kind – seeking leniency for aviation enthusiasts.

Review: The Dairy, 15 The Pavement, Clapham Old Town, London

Chef might be too busy to pop over, but his food rules, says Lisa Markwell.

Orecchiette with sprouting broccoli s a nice, summery pasta lunch from Puglia

Orecchiette with sprouting broccoli

Serves 4

36 cucumbers have been found around the Hampstead Garden Suburb area

Vegetable crime wave: It’s the phantom cucumber dropper of old London Town

The Government may be celebrating a recent drop in crime numbers but it clearly hadn’t accounted for the vegetable crime wave that’s sweeping the nation.

Darren Clarke thrashes around in the bunker on the sixth on his way to a quadruple bogey eight

The Open 2013: Bunker hell no bother for Darren Clarke

So the major winner from Northern Ireland is sneakily placed behind the leaders to make a tilt at the Claret Jug. No, not that major winner. Or indeed the other one.

Go green: Mark's bolting herb soup

Bolting herb soup

Serves 4-6

You can tempt kids to try fish with Mark's Big Mack

Big Mack

Serves 4

Crispy mackerel tail in seashore vegetable broth
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