’Red Truck Bakery Cookbook,’ by Brian Noyes

March 4th, 2021

Gold-Standard Recipes from America’s Favorite Rural Bakery


Sure, you can drive to Fauquier County, Virginia, to get fresh, professionally made baked goods from Red Truck Bakery. You can even order them online to be shipped anywhere. And while these are both excellent options, between trips and orders you can also make these delicious treats in your own kitchen with the Red Truck Bakery Cookbook: Gold-Standard Recipes from America’s Favorite Rural Bakery, from Brian Noyes.

Red Truck Bakery Cookbook cover By Brian NoyesRed Truck Bakery Cookbook

After selling breads, pies and granola to neighbors, then online, Brian Noyes quit his job and opened Red Truck Bakery in Fauquier County, Virginia, in 2009. Since then, the business has gained national attention and the business has grown from one character-filled location in Warrenton to a having a second location in the quaint village of Marshall. (The culinary gem fits nicely into the picturesque atmosphere of Fauquier County!)

Once you take a bite of these Southern-touched Red Truck goodies, you will see that the attention is entirely justified. They are spot-on delicious! Think Kentucky bourbon pecan pie, mincemeat pie, Meyer lemon cake, molasses cookies, and double-chocolate moonshine cake, plus granola, muffins, quiches, and other savories.

Products are available at the bakery’s two storefronts, and many can be ordered online and shipped. But with the cookbook, you can make any of 85 delectable creations yourself, using recipes simple enough for the home cook. More than just sweets, the book includes savory quiches, casseroles and pies, plus breads, spreads and more.

Buy your copy of ‘Red Truck Bakery Cookbook: Gold-Standard Recipes from America’s Favorite Rural Bakery’ here.

Red Truck Bakery Cookbook

By Brian Noyes

224 pages, Clarkson Potter, Oct. 23, 2018

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