A la mode

[ah luh mohd, al-uh-; french a la mawd] /ˌɑ lə ˈmoʊd, ˌæl ə-; french a la ˈmɔd/
in or according to the fashion.

(of pie or other dessert) served with a portion of ice cream, often as a topping:
apple pie à la mode.
(of beef) larded and braised or stewed with vegetables, herbs, etc., and served with a rich brown gravy.

also, a la mode, alamode.
à la mode
/ɑː lɑː ˈməʊd; æ lə; french a la mɔd/
fashionable in style, design, etc
(of meats) braised with vegetables in wine
(mainly us & canadian) (of desserts) served with ice cream
word origin
c17: from french: according to the fashion

1640s, from french à la mode (15c.), literally “in the fashion” (see mode (n.2)). in 17c., sometimes nativized as all-a-mode. cookery sense of a dessert served with ice cream is 1903, american english.

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