Satterfield's - Strawberry Hand Pies
These strawberry hand pies are the perfect summer treat. There’s nothing like fresh strawberries when they are in season, and adding a little lemon zest to the strawberry filling cuts a bit of the sweetness and brings an extra burst of brightness. It’s one of our most popular desserts at Satterfield’s!
Recipe contains dairy.
“I’ve chosen to support Love146 because I’m very passionate about the fight against human trafficking, especially when it involves children. It’s truly heartbreaking and organizations like Love146 are working toward ending this horrific crime while providing the proper resources for survivors.” - Chef Brittany Garrigus-Cheatham
CHEF BRITTANY GARRIGUS-CHEATHAM'S STORY
Pastry Chef of Satterfield’s restaurant in Birmingham, Alabama, Brittany Garrigus-Cheatham always knew she wanted to work in the kitchen. While attending high school, she started dual enrollment with Jefferson State’s Culinary Arts program, and simultaneously began working as a baking assistant under renowned Pastry Chef Diane Olexa at her Birmingham café and catering company.
In 2008, upon earning her certificate in Baking and Culinary Arts, Garrigus-Cheatham accepted a position as baker at Angel’s Cakes and Confections, where she was responsible for overseeing all baking production. In March 2010, the talented young chef accepted a position as Assistant Pastry Chef at Frank Stitt’s Restaurant Group. There, she worked with James Beard Foundation’s “Outstanding Pastry Chef 2018” Dolester Miles to develop menus and production for the group’s acclaimed restaurants Bottega, Chez Fon-Fon and James Beard Foundation’s “Most Outstanding Restaurant in America 2018,” Highlands Bar & Grill.
Eager to expand her operational acumen, in 2012, Garrigus-Cheatham took a position as Executive Pastry Chef at The Club, where she oversaw baking operations for three restaurants, banquets and catering and was responsible for hiring, training, ordering and scheduling. In 2016, restaurateur and Pastry Chef Becky Satterfield tapped Garrigus-Cheatham to helm the pastry arts program at her iconic Birmingham restaurant, Satterfield’s. Here, Garrigus-Cheatham develops all of the restaurant’s farm-to-table desserts and is responsible for all baked goods.
Garrigus-Cheatham is a member of the Birmingham chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, an international philanthropic society of professional women leaders in the fields of food, fine beverage and hospitality.
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