ICY FEATURE

IN THE COLD - Jeff Stahl (right) discusses techniques with Chanticleer employee Jake King (left) at the Eureka restaurant. Stahl recently added ice sculptures, catering services and a meat smoker after completing a 2,500-square-foot addition to the restaurant (For the Journal/Shannon Ganzevoort).

EUREKA - Fire and ice usually do not mix. But, the two elements have combined nicely at The Chanticleer, representing the eatery's two newest offerings. 

 "In late summer, we completed our 2,500-square-foot-addition at the back of the restaurant, which houses an ice sculpting studio and a meat smoker," said owner Jeff Stahl. "It's enabled me to reconnect with my passion for ice sculpting and also create new and varied house-smoked meat dishes to add to our menu." 

 The addition also includes an office, a meat-cutting cooler and a kitchen for catering, which is another recent offering at the longstanding restaurant located on the northern side of town along Main Street.

Also new is a commercial smoker that is turning up the heat and turning out house-smoked meats used in various dishes. 

See article on Nov. 9 Woodford County Journal newsstands

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