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Our Story

Little Batch Company is not your typical bakery. You will not be able to walk in and place an order at the counter. All orders must be placed online, by phone, or by appointment. 

We are a small company that is growing quickly. This fall will be starting construction on Parkside Station. This will be a full-service restaurant and will include a bakery counter where you will be able to walk up and purchase our delicious baked goods any time. In the meantime, please don't hesitate to e-mail or call us with any questions.

For as long as I can remember I have been in a kitchen. Whether it was eating dinner, watching my mother cook, watching my dad cook crazy things on the weekend, watching and helping both grandmothers make holiday meals year after year, or having a go of it myself. I have always felt at home there. Mostly because that's where the food is, but also because the kitchen is always the place where friends and family seem to gather. 

Little Batch Company came about because my mom and I can't imagine a life without cooking and baking for friends and family. Food magically brings everyone together and there is nothing quite as satisfying and as joyful as creating something so delicious that everyone wants to come over. Family is made in the kitchen and around the table, and we want to share that with everyone.

Hannah Pease, Pastry Chef and Owner

Hannah Pease was raised in Manhattan, Kansas and is a Manhatanite through and through. She started her culinary career at 16 years old right here in the Little Apple. She has worked in almost all areas of restaurants. Realizing she had a passion for pastry she decided it was time to take her culinary education to the next level by studying at the French Pastry School in Chicago. 

After graduating in June of 2015, and eager to get back into the kitchen, she moved to Charleston, SC. She wanted to get some real life experience in the pastry industry, and what better place to do it than in a town exploding with talent? During her time in Charleston she worked at two highly rated restaurants, Husk and the Charleston Grill. In 2018, along with her mother Phyllis Pease, she decided it was time to move back to the community that raised her. She wishes to share her knowledge, passion, and of course beautifully crafted dishes and pastries, to as many people as she can!