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Creamy Potato Soup and Other Meanderings about Potatoes

Growing up in Idaho in the heart of potato country means not only did I eat potatoes nearly every day of my life, and sometimes twice a day, but they were a part of the landscape, literally. 960 more words


Wilford, Nottinghamshire

The Church of St Wilfrid, Wilford, Nottinghamshire

Photo taken : 31 July 2016

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Performance warranty not qualified by fair wear and tear.

In The Coral Seas (Imperator I v Bunge SA) EWHC 1506 (Comm), owners were faced with a claim by time charterers for underperformance on their speed warranty. 300 more words


Well priced Hot and Cold food at the Wilford Lane Auto's Café - Cobs, Spuds, Toasties and Brekkie - You can't go wrong

The Café at Wilford Lane Autos in West Bridgford serves up a lot of your standard truck stop and greasy spoon café favourites. They have cobs, burgers, toasties, jacket spuds and to my delight and joy, an all-day-breakfast. 565 more words

West Bridgford

Diabetes blog

Haven’t figured out how to put the widget in my sidebar yet, but I started a side-blog to chronicle our adventures in low-carb cooking (might sound boring to you…I’m having a great time). 67 more words


1960, April, 12th: Looking Around at Wilford's Old Buildings

Wilford, April 12th 1960:

On talking to George Garment the Strelley estate woodsman, we discussed where he was born and where he walked every morning. He describes Wilford as “a little village that seemed to just sit on the border of the city; on the river flood plain”. 411 more words

Nottinghamshire Suburbs

PorchesterBus reblogged this on PorchesterBus and commented:

I am surprised no mention is made of the unusual building in the church grounds and next to the river. Used as a temporary mortuary when bodies were recovered from the river.