Meat á la Mode by Kristina Von Kroug

Inspired by family traditions as well as by historical recipes and cooking techniques, Meat á la Mode puts a new twist on classic comfort food. My meat pies and savory ice creams explore the flavors of more rarely used game meats such as rabbit, oxtail, or alligator in addition to serving up childhood favorites like chicken noodle soup or macaroni and cheese -- all in pie form! Meat á la Mode strives to create a journey of taste encased in a golden, flaky crust.

Meat á la Mode's unique meat pies entice the discerning carnivore with mouth-watering flavor combinations, two types of pastry, and a decadent edible gold topping.

Keep watching -- I'm working hard to build a little emPIEre...

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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Buahahaha! The Most Important Bacon Competition the World has Ever Known!

Be there tomorrow, 3 p.m. May 22nd, 2011 @ the Goodfoot Lounge to witness (and taste) Bacon history! 20 killer chefs from PDX are competing in the Portland Bacon Takedown!

Eat our meat and vote for your favorite bacon creation taste sensation! Meat a la Mode has prepared an original NEW recipe specifically for the event -- I cannot reveal it yet, but I assure you, it's chock full o' BACON!

Friday, May 20, 2011

BACON TAKEDOWN This Sunday at the Goodfoot Lounge!

Join me this Sunday at the Goodfoot at 3 p.m. for the Bacon Takedown! Support Meat a la Mode as we serve you some very special meat pies that you will NOT want to miss and you WILL want to vote for! Come and try the bacon-y delicacies of 20 different local chefs -- !!! -- Bacon-coma? YES PLEASE! Click the link above for more info!

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Pies available this week with no minimum order!

  • Oxtail Veggie Dill
  • Chicken & Rhubarb
  • Coconut Pulled Pork
$6/ea - no minimum order!
...While supplies last...

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Meat Glue, Boo.

Well, this type of technology could be useful in other ways, but not to deceive... I definitely think my kosher friends would be upset to learn that their beef could have been supported or altered by pigs blood. Boo. Not that I have anything against pigs blood...I thought that final scene in Carrie looked delicious... :-P