The Fulton Steamboat Inn is pleased to introduce Chef Paula Phenneger to their award-winning Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern. Chef Paula, with her passion for fresh delectable preparations, pairs perfectly with Huckleberry’s own zeal for featuring fresh local ingredients served daily in classic, signature dishes. Amid Huckleberry’s charming atmosphere, Chef Paula’s passion and international flair for preparing delicious and diverse recipes will find an ideal home for serving Fulton Steamboat Inn guests.
Chef Paula hails from Lyon in Southern France, where she found her passion for cooking at a young age watching her mother prepare fresh, scrumptious meals from scratch. She prepared her first solo meal at the age of 11 and entered Culinary School at the age of 15. Her work in the industry began on weekends and after school, gaining experience as she worked alongside renowned chefs. She left France for London, and expanded her passion in four and five-star establishments like The Four Seasons and The Park Lane. She then moved to South Africa, where she developed her culinary point of view working as a personal chef. After nearly two years there, she returned to Lyon, preparing luscious meals in Michelin Star restaurants. In 2012, she came to the United States to continue to grow, learn, and share her passion with the people of Lancaster and now, Chef Paula is excited to share that experience and creativity with the award-winning team at Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern.
Chef Paula will be adding her own international flair to the ever-popular menu selections at Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern, located at the Fulton Steamboat Inn, at the junction of Routes 30 and 896 in lovely Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Among guests’ favorites are the Lancaster County Omelette for breakfast with its smoky bacon, tart feta cheese, fresh spinach and mushrooms, and oven roasted tomatoes. At lunch, guests enjoy Crab Cakes Dijonnaise, a tasty offering of Chesapeake jumbo lump crab cakes served with the Chef’s lovely Dijonnaise. For dinner, guests delight in Chicken Marsala featuring pan-seared chicken breasts with fresh Portobello mushrooms in Chef Paula’s signature Marsala wine sauce.
“My passion for cooking began under the tutelage of my mother, in the south of France, where every ingredient was fresh from the market. After Culinary School, I gained much experience in restaurants in France, the United Kingdom, and South Africa. In 2012, I moved to the United States with my husband and our three children to share my passion and experience with the people of Lancaster.” – Chef Paula, Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern.
The Fulton Steamboat Inn is delighted with the expertise Paula has brought to the award- winning Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern team.
Visit the Fulton Steamboat Inn (http://www.fultonsteamboatinn.com) featuring Paula at Huckleberry’s Restaurant and Tavern today at http://www.FultonSteamboatInn.com and discover extraordinary hospitality, delectable dining, and exceptional accommodations.
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