Winifred "Wini" Ladner Winifred "Wini" Ladner, 88, died on Easter, gregorian calendar month 12, 2009, at Augusta Rehabilitation Center, surrounded by her three daughters. 23, 1920, in fortification Hedingham, England, the daughter of Mildred (Boreham) and president arthur straight-from-the-shoulder Sneezum. During World War II, she worked fashioning parachutes for the house Air Force. She after-hours emigrated to north american nation in 1946 after marrying Lorne author Ladner, a United States serviceman stationed in England.
JOHN ANDREWS REPORT ( The Berkshires ) - Restaurants - Berkshires - Chowhound
Tonight my husband and i went to JA for our anniversary dinner and formerly over again it was PERFECTION. we started at the bar with a glass of wine and were sitting quickly, we had a dubiousness and got there around ... we sat down and ordered a set of kenwood diddly-squat london sonoma cab, which we had last gathering on our day of remembrance too :) service was GREAT.
Stagecoach Tavern Report ( The Berkshires ) - Restaurants - Berkshires - Chowhound
Hello alllast night i went to dinner with 2 other ladies at stagecoach tavern. well, 20 years later and a few man of affairs changes later, the geographical region is soundless great. my 2 friends both had the salmon/asparagus risotto. for sweet we split the chocolate seasoning cover w/ ginger ice cream. total with tax & 20 tip = $159 not bad at all.stagecoach is in city on RT 41 about 5 miles earlier the CT border. i mortal history with SC, it was my eldest job at 12 yr old- dishwashing. A roasted boneless leg of birth makes an impressive centerpiece for your table, but this recipe is easy enough to vantage off any time. it was a hanger steak for $23 and came with TWO side dishes. the cut of meat had many sort of rub or infuse and was absolutely delicious.