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Potato Kale Soup & Santa's Coming to Old Town!

Potato Kale Soup

Bandon’s Old Town Marketplace hums with holiday cheer. Lights twinkle. Bobbles abound. Shoppers browse art and sample edible delights. The seafood is fresh.The local harvest of root veggies and winter greens inspire warming bowls of soup like this Potato Kale soup by Susan Vanderpool Christiansen of Chubby Girl Cheesecakes in Bandon, Oregon.

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This Weekend: A TASTE OF ASHLAND 2011

A Taste of Ashland Festival 2011

17 Galleries, 17 Wineries, 17 Restaurants = One delicious art experience! Limited tickets for our 2011 festival are available at the Ashland Chamber of Commerce kiosk, located at the downtown Ashland Plaza, Friday from 12 – 2pm and Saturday after 11:00 am.

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Bake Them

Doug Fir Infused Gin and Champagne Cocktail

The Oregon cranberry harvest season stretches from late September through October. Southwestern Oregon, sometimes called the Napa Valley of cranberries, produces some of the finest cranberries in the country. The long growing season along the western half of Coos and Curry Counties means berries that are sweeter and darker—deep red to purple at harvest—than berries grown in other parts of the United States. Just in time for the holidays, three native Oregon artisans share their enthusiasm for the cranberry.

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