Fireside Pies Presents Donation to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

Fireside Pies, one the portfolio companies of the Chalak Mitra Group of Companies, has announced the fundraising total from its annual Peach Fest. Firesides Pies in partnership with Tito’s Handmade Vodka presented Texas Scottish Rite Hospital, a world leader in the treatment of pediatric orthopedic conditions, with a check for $7,343.22. “We are always looking for opportunities to get involved with the community and give back,” said Kurtis Schart, Director of Operations for Fireside Pies. “With our focus on seasonal ingredients and scratch cooking, our culinary team developed a menu that celebrated the local Peach crop with fun and innovative cocktails, pizzas and complimentary dishes, all while giving our patrons an opportunity to support a great local cause. We look forward to hosting Peach Fest next year and strengthening our relationship with Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.” Fireside Pies’ special Peach Fest Menu was available from May 25 through July 6. Joe Bozarth, Sr. Operations and Culinary Manager partnered with Cooper Farms in Fairfield, Texas to source peaches for the dishes. This year’s menu consisted of Peach White Sangria, Tito’s Peach Basil Gimlet, Peach and Burrata Salad, Smoked Ham and Peach Pie and Peach Market Crisp.Tito’s Handmade Vodka partnered with Fireside Pies for this year’s Peach Fest and also contributed to the giveback to Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. Fireside Pies offers a collection of artisan pizzas baked in a rustic wood-fired oven, made-from-scratch appetizers and small plates, garden-fresh salads and heavenly desserts. Scottish Rite Hospital for Children mission is to improve the care of children worldwide through innovative research and teaching programs, training physicians from around the world. The hospital treats children with orthopedic conditions, sports injuries, neurological disorders and learning disorders. As a leading pediatric orthopedic center, the hospital has treated more than 250,000 children since its inception, with more than 35,000 clinic visits each year.