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Boyer's Artisan Meatballs
The World on a Fork
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Our Next Events!
Mission Arts and Eats
6200 Martway
Mission, KS
Friday Sept 19 4-10
Saturday, Sept 20, 10-3

Westside Family Church
Family Fest
K-7 and 83rd St
Lenexa, KS
Sun Sept 21st, 12:30-4


Fairs and Events
Boyer's Artisan Meatballs

Visit us at one of these great KC Area events this summer and fall.
Try our Fried Meatballs on a Stick or Meatball Subs.

June 13-15- Boulevardia, KCMO West Bottoms
June 20-21- Jazz in the Woods, Corporate Woods in Overland Park KS
July 10-12- Dawg Daze Music Festival, Savannah MO
July 19-Night on the Kaw Music Festival, Desoto KS
August 8-10- Great Midwest Balloon Fest, KCK
August 15-16- Buffalo Bill Days, Leavenworth KS
August 21-23- Tiblow Days, Bonner Springs KS
August 28-30- Desoto Days, Desoto KS
Sept 6- Spinach Festival, Lenexa KS
Sept 13- Turkey Creek Car Show, Merriam, KS
Sept 19-20, Mission Arts and Foods, Mission KS
Sept 21- Westside Family Church Family Day, Lenexa KS
Sept 27-28, Louisburg Cider Fest, Louisburg KS
Oct 4-5- Louisburg Cider Fest, Louisburg KS
Oct 11-12- Sugar Mounds Festival, Mound City KS
Oct 18- Maple Leaf Festival, Carthage, MO
Oct 25- Harvest Festival, Paola KS
Oct 30-Nov 1- 3rd Street Asylum, Bonner Springs, KS


Our Story

The story of Boyer's Artisan Meatballs started years ago, in a humble home kitchen. We just wanted to make a meatball that we enjoyed, but that was better than what we'd tried before. So many meatballs seemed like they were just meatloaf balls with spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup. We thought we could do better.

So we came up with something we really liked, and took a crock pot full to an office pot luck. When the lunch started at noon, and by 12:20 every meatball was gone, we thought we were onto something. When time for the next pot luck rolled around, and request after request came in for more meatballs....we knew we were onto something. Our Original Meatball was born. 

Then we thought.....pretty much every place on the planet has their own version of a meatball...with ingredients native to that part of the world. So Italian, German and Greek meatballs came along. We catered a couple of events for family & friends, and the meatballs again disappeared. Going into business with these meatballs seemed like a good idea.

Over the next 3 years we developed a business plan, came up with new recipes, taste-tested them, made changes, taste-tested them again, brought in testing groups to tell us what they thought, catered a few more events, made some more changes to recipes and came up with more than 2 dozen varieties of meatballs....none of which would ever be mistaken for meatloaf balls with spaghetti sauce instead of ketchup. Now we are ready to release our creations for the whole world to enjoy!



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