Love this play-by-play account from Rob Samuelson enjoying our Meatloaf By Mail cupcakes! Read the article from Halfstack and share with your friends and family! Better yet, order your boxes and taste them for yourself.
The MeatLoaf Bakery Blog
Catch up on the latest buzz from DiningChicago.com and FoodRepublic.com. Read what they have to say about our delicious meatloaf cupcakes and Back-to-School Special! And take advantage of 15% off two or more boxes until the end of September. Tell your college kids you miss them with a box of comfort today!
We did it again!! Read what Huffington Post says about us: 9 Restaurants that are focusing on our favorite foods! Great company we’re in too! Haven’t tried us yet, order online at Meatloaf By Mail if you live outside of Chicago! Don’t forget our back-to-school sale too! Order any two boxes and get 15% off!
Tune in tonight, Sunday, Sept. 7 at 10 p.m. CT for WGN’s Chicago’s Best featuring Brittney Payton and Meatloaf-A-Go-Go! Watch us as we show Brittney how it’s done and then take her and Meatloaf-A-Go-Go around town!
Toledo Blade Food Editor Mary Bilyeu says, “Toledo native Cynthia Kallile’s popular Chicago based business The Meatloaf Bakery, now ships meatloaf cupcakes — topped with such creative accents as pasta, stuffing, and mashed potatoes — throughout the continental United States. The 6-ounce, single-serve meatloaves are frozen and individually packed; a box of 8 starts at $48.95 plus shipping. More >>
We’re heading back to QVC to be part of the Spring-inspired, Gourmet Holiday Show. Tune in or watch live online, Tuesday, April 8, from 4 – 6 p.m. ET/3 -5 CT. Don’t live in the Chicago area? Now you can enjoy The Mother Loaf® and Herby Turkey Loaf cupcakes, individually wrapped, frozen and ready to pop into the oven.
Thrillest pegs us as 1 of 14 Great Restaurants that Specialize in 1 Perfect Dish!
The deal: Doing crazy stuff to meatloaf that that chick in the “I’d Do Anything for Love” video never dreamed of, The Meatloaf Bakery in Chicago takes the old-hat meatloaf recipe and turns it on its ketchup-crusted head by making carefully crafted Loafies (also the name of Michael Lee Aday’s children) out of bread and slices of meatloaf with a “frosting” of mashed potatoes, cheese, and/or dressing. Comfort food just got a lot hipper. More >>