Becky Satterfield, Ashley McMakin, Birmingham & more featured on PBS “How She Rolls” Show

Satterfields
Becky Satterfield on the far left next to Carrie Morey, host of “How She Rolls” (Satterfield’s Restaurant Facebook page)

Want to see Satterfield’s Becky Satterfield show you step by step instructions on how she lovingly makes biscuits for her restaurant and friends? Or how to create the owner of Ashley Mac’s pimento cheese?

You can see all this and more on the latest episode of “How She Rolls”, a PBS program from famed baker, author and entrepreneur Carrie Morey.

Birmingham and Tuscaloosa

16 Street Baptist Church
16th Street Baptist Church. (Jon Eastwood/ Bham Now)

In this season’s latest episode Morey—who founded Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit—visits Birmingham and Tuscaloosa.

For residents of The Magic City, this program will show familiar views of the downtown like Railroad Park, Forest Park’s Shoppe and the Birmingham Civil Rights National Monument (primarily Kelly Ingram Park).

More than a show about food, Morey sprinkles in stories about Birmingham’s Civil Rights history, entrepreneurship, a book signing and a quick college campus visit with her daughter to the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa.  

Here is the lineup of stories:

  • Making biscuits with Becky Satterfield
  • Interviewing Charles Wood III about Birmingham’s Civil Rights history
  • Baking a Hummingbird cake with Hoffman Media’s Brian Hart Hoffman and Ashley McMakin, owner of Ashley Mac’s
  • Talking business with Morey’s financial mentor Annie Stanton
  • Visiting the University of Alabama campus
  • Creating Ashley McMakin’s grandfather pimento cheese
  • Holding a book-signing at Ashley Mac’s

When to Watch

Want to watch the entire show? Log onto “Bama Biscuits” to watch the 25 minute long show.  You can also binge watch the first season- TEN shows in total —  HERE.

Tell us what you thought of “How She Rolls.” Tag us on social media @thebamabuzz with your opinion.

Pat Byington
Pat Byington
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