Dungeness


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Dungeness

a low shingle headland on the S coast of England, in Kent: two nuclear power stations: automatic lighthouse
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Recommended items: Salads, fresh fish, Muscovy duck breast, New York strip steak, Carnaroli risotto, poached eggs hollandaise with Dungeness crab and rock shrimp cakes, wasabi bloody mary.
After three straight years of record catches for the fleet - 25 million to 30 million pounds each season - the Dungeness fishery is back to average.
The 468 acre site is a National Nature Reserve next to Dungeness B which is due to be decommissioned in 2028.
To use a local expression I'm right chuffed to win and Dungeness, where the winning shot was taken, is a marvellous and very popular photographic location, even if it did take me three visits to get the right light.
For more information about 7 Cedars Casino and Dungeness Golf Course, contact: Jerry Allen, Assistant General Manager, 360.
5 miles from Hythe to Dungeness, in the east of the county.
The RH&DR trains, which are one-third scale and mostly steamhauled, run for 14 miles from Hythe across Romney Marsh to an old lighthouse at Dungeness.
Talk about fusion: During our summer visit last year, the appetizer menu offered tacos filled with Dungeness crab meat from Washington state, dressed with a cream sauce made from sweet corn and an aioli of green chile.
In the past 20 years, there have been some innovations-- the existence of one of the few, or only, fresh Red Abalone tanks on the premise of a restaurant in addition to two other fish tanks housing live Maine Lobster and Dungeness Crab.
EDF Energy has extended the expected life of its Dungeness B nuclear power station by ten years.
Charleston celebrates the Dungeness harvest Saturday with its 26th annual Merchants Crab Feed.
None of the sales photos feature the two huge nuclear plants looming over it at Dungeness on the Kent coast.