Meat Pie

Culinary adventurers around the U.S. will discover many ethnic versions of meat pie: from the British Isles, the Caribbean, Latin America (think empanadas) Canada, and Africa. One unique to this country (but with roots in France) is the Natchitoches meat pie, a Louisiana signature dish that once was sold by pie vendors on the street corners of the Red River town of Natchitoches. Its filling is a savory combination of ground beef and pork sausage along with a hail of Cajun seasoning.

Restaurants With This Dish

Czech Stop

WEST, TX

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Corner Grille

WORCESTER, MA

Tina’s Cafe

LINCOLN, NE

Midway BBQ

BUFFALO, SC

The Boathouse

OSSINING, NY

Whole Crawfish Platter at D.I's Cajun Restaurant in Basile, LA
D.I.’s Cajun Restaurant

BASILE, LA

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