On Granite St. a couple blocks off North Main you may find a dog-friendly watering hole. A generous and kind resident set it up for our four-legged friends. Low enough for most dogs to reach and lap up fresh water. Ashland supports and cares for their dogs! The dog park on Nevada Street has doggie pools for some of those hot summer days. Check out restaurant list
by Chanticleer Inn
innkeeper Ellen Campbell
where you can find which restaurants are dog-friendly and will serve their clients on sidewalk tables so their canine companions may be with the diners.
How many times have you found an intriguing potentially delicious recipe? You ponder its possibilities. You imagine how it will taste; then the inevitable question pops up: So what do I serve with it? Absent any suggestions, too many times that recipe is never prepared; it remains on the page, just a possibility. Any significant culinary experience involves more than one recipe – usually 3 to 4 working in concert. Thus the title of the Chanticleer Inn
cookbook, “Recipes Are Like Pearls…lovely, but not useful until strung together” by Ellen Campbell.
Another feature of this cookbook is a separate index for special dietary requirements, such as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten– or lactose-free. No more flipping through an entire cookbook, repetitively reading lists of ingredients to find a recipe that might suit a particular allergy or sensitivity. More than a mere compilation of recipes, this book is specifically designed and laid out to assist cooks to prepare a complete breakfast feast as served at the Chanticleer Inn.
This book is for all of Ellen’s guests and friends who wish to replicate a typical Ashland bed and breakfast repast as served at the Chanticleer Inn. Read More...