March Pot Pie & Mash with Chef Michael Barrera

Mar 3rd

frame@home (wednesdays)
presents
March Pot Pie (π) and Mash Kits
by frame’s
Chef Michael Barrera

As an ode to March’s upcoming Pi Day and simply because we’re obsessed with Chef Michael Barrera’s frame@home kits, we’re bringing “Pot Pie and Mash” to keep Wednesday’s ongoing…as one of your favorite food nights of the week!

This low effort dinner masterpiece couldn’t be a more quintessential reason to sit down with your favorite peeps for a family meal: nostalgic homemade pot pie reminiscent of a bygone era, mashed potatoes, garlic broccolini, and caramel brownies.
Packaged and curated out of the frame kitchen to make sure your dinners look, travel, and taste well.

Ding-Dong. Dinner Is Done. Grab a Cocktail Carafe from frame’s mix’tress and here’s to: 
frame@home where there is no hassle, no fuss, all delicious. and most importantly, no dishes.


(frame @ home Wednesdays)
March Pot Pi (π) and Mash Kits
Handmade fresh and comes ready to bake with cooking and plating instructions.
Baking your pot pie is involved. So please plan your night accordingly!

Menu
March 3rd

Housemade
Chicken Pot Pie
+
Salad with Vinaigrette
+
Mashed Potatoes
+
Garlic Broccolini
+
Caramel Brownie

**Chef is asking for no substitutions please **


(frame @ home Wednesdays)
March Pot Pi (π) and Mash Kits by Chef Michael Barrera
$65 per kit (each kit feeds 2 )
Pickup Wednesday, March 3rd
Pick-up times 5:00 pm and 6:00 pm behind our frame building
Choose 6:15 pm to pick-up at a TBD Woodward location in Birmingham.
Please stay in your car, and our team will bring your frame@home box(es) out to you.

Add on cocktail carafes and wine and Michigan beers from the frame bar to round out your Wednesday nights by Jaz’min Weaver.


Covid Protocols at frame
As we make our way into March please know that our response plan includes every measure of the protocol on workplace infection-control practice and health and safety training for both yurt dining and frame@home chef dinners. We’re continuing to keep extremely conscious of the role we play in minimizing the spread of coronavirus.

Pre-Covid canceled frame tickets:
If you have a frame credit that you would like to use for a frame@home dinner, please email us here, and we will happily honor your credit.

Give the gift of frame @ home! 
Forget sending flowers! Be that friend and send Pot Pie and Booze! ! Make someone’s night really easy and delicious by clicking HERE.


On sale now for a March 3rd Pickup!


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