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Apple Rose Tart: a preview of a new recipe


Apple Rose Tart

Apple Rose Tart

Apple Rose Tart

I’ve been experimenting Apple Rose Tarts of late.  Ran across this idea while researching some new recipes, both for the next cookbook and to expand out the Chanticleer’s breakfast repertoire.

This tart pictured here is with a pecan-date crust using red delicious apples.  It has appealing presentation, is very tasty, and is far more healthy than it looks.  All three great criteria for a recipe.

There’s a catch however. When assembling these tarts, it does take a little time.  It’s not difficult, but the time adds up if doing a tart times 12!

Thus apple rose tarts will be served when there are a few guests in the house.  You will have a better chance to taste this tart if you stay on Sunday or Monday night, or during the low-season.

Apple Rose Tart

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March 2nd, 2014

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Comedy of Errors Opens February 20


Comedy of Errors opens February 20 in the Thomas

Comedy of Errors, directed by Kent Gash, written (of course) by William Shakespeare, with Rodney Gardiner playing Dromio and Dromio, runs all season long starting February 20.

This play holds a warm place in my heart.  Years ago (too many to count and tell) my twin sister and I attended this play on a double date.  During the intermission, we changed shirts and switched dates.  When some women in the ladies room questioned our quick change act, we defended the switch by saying, “Take twins to see Comedy of Errors, and what do you expect would happen?”  The general consensus among the ladies was that the unwitting gentlemen asked for it.

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Ellen

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February 12th, 2014

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Drew Carey at the Craterian February 14


Craterian Theater at the Collier Center presents Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Drew Carey

Stand-up comedian, actor, producer and host of “The Price Is Right”, Drew Carey will “come on down” to the Craterian Theater to share his singular brand of humor. Carey’s comedic talents were enjoyed by millions via his two concurrent and long-running hit TV shows, The Drew Carey Show and Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Bring your sweetheart for a Valentine’s date night filled with unbridled laughter. You won’t have to wonder “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” because, this time, every uproarious one of them will be Drew’s! Please note: for mature audiences only.

February 14, 2014, 7:30 pm

23 S. Central Ave, Medford, OR 97501

Box Office: 541–779-3000

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February 9th, 2014

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Ashland Plaza in Lights and Snow


Ashland Plaza All Lit Up

Just at sunset, after a snow fall, Ashland Plaza feels very magical …

Christmas Tree in Ashland Plaza

Christmas Tree in Ashland Plaza

 

From the Ashland Plaza, a December Sunset

From the Ashland Plaza, a December Sunset

 

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December 8th, 2013

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Chanticleer Inn B&B Winter Garden


Lately, it’s looking a lot like winter at the inn. We had lots of snow yesterday that covered the Chanticleer Inn’s garden!

Here are some images:

Snow Covered Fern in the Chanticleer Inn's Shade Garden

Snow Covered Fern in the Chanticleer Inn’s Shade Garden

New Zealand Flax in the Chanticleer Inn's Side Yard

New Zealand Flax in the Chanticleer Inn’s Side Yard

 

 

Hawthorne Berries with 'Snowcaps" in the Front of the Chanticleer Inn

Hawthorne Berries with ‘Snowcaps” in the Front of the Chanticleer Inn

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December 7th, 2013

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Kelly Joe Phelps comes to Ashland!


Kelly Joe Phelps — extraordinary Bluesman, Slide Guitarist

Kelly Joe Phelps

Kelly Joe Phelps

A writer at the San Diego Troubadour described guitarist and songwriter Kelly Joe Phelps as, “The Phantom Monk Of Folk– Blues,” and rightly so.

Over the past 17 years of recording and touring, Phelps has been talked about as much for his passionate, spirit-driven, lone musical ways as for the inventiveness of his playing and singing.

Listen to a song and then you’ll know you have to come.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 • 8pm
Tickets: $20/advance, $22/door, $10/teens 12–17,
children under 12 are free with paying adult.
Havurah Shir Hadash, 185 N. Mountain, Ashland

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Ellen

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October 22nd, 2013

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Blink Chargers in Ashland


Blink Charger in Ashland

Blink Charger in Ashland

Blink Chargers for Electric Car Drivers

There are two Blink Charger locations in Ashland’s parking lots.

  • 175 Hargadine St. in the parking structure near Oregon Shakespeare Festival
  • 139 N. Pioneer St. in the parking lot between Pioneer and 1st St., enter from Lithia Way.

Of course, if you’re a guest at the Chanticleer Inn, you can get your ‘juice’ for free while you enjoy exploring Ashland and seeing plays.

 

 

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August 12th, 2013

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Play Reading of “Radio Golf” 6/24 Monday 7:00pm


Radio Golf, by August Wilson

To support Penumbra Theatre Company, OSF is producing a play reading of “Radio Golf”. The reading is directed by Penumbra’s artistic director Lou Bellamy.  Bellamy recently joined the Oregon Shakespeare Festival for the 2013 season, and directed August Wilson’s Two Trains Running.

Penumbra was founded by Lou Bellamy in 1976, it is one of the nation’s largest and most significant African-American theater companies.

June 24, 2013 at 7:00pm in the Bowmer

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June 23rd, 2013

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Walk or bike Crater Lake E. Rim Dr. June 22 & 23


THIS WEEKEND ONLY: Crater Lake’s East Rim Drive Opens for Non-Motorized Recreation

June 22 and 23, 2013 East Rim Drive circling Crater Lake will be open to non-motorized traffic only.  Early snow melt allows the park to offer this rare opportunity to enjoy Crater Lake at a slower and quieter pace for pedestrians and bicyclists.

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June 20th, 2013

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Grizzly Peak: so many flowers and more to come!


On Grizzly Peak, Siskiyou Onion

On Grizzly Peak, Siskiyou Onion

Hiking Grizzly Peak

One of my all time favorite hikes is up on Grizzly Peak.  Northeast of Ashland, Grizzly Peak is the tallest peak viewable from the Chanticleer Inn.

This hike affords great sweeping views: From the car park view Mt. McLoughlin and on a clear day the peaks surrounding Crater Lake. Then from the trail, the entire Rogue and Bear Creek Valleys. Further west and south on the trail you can see Mt. Ashland, Emigrant Lake, Pilot Rock and Mt. Shasta.

The trail is about fairly easy, 5 miles round trip, some elevation gain but not at all difficult. Directions to the trail head.

The Flowers of Grizzly Peak are best part!

From spring to late summer, the flowers are too many to count and each kind is wonderful.  Trail runs through forest, meadows and rocky outcrops: each area is packed with a variety of flowers.  The blooms rotate through the entire season. One can hike Grizzly Peak every two weeks and see different bouquets.

Indian paintbrush Grizzly Peak

 

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June 19th, 2013

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