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The Red Truck Bakery Farmhouse Cookbook by Brian Noyes
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Aug 02, 2022 | ISBN 9780593234815

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“Brian makes the food I crave. His recipes make you want to cozy up in a big chair and enjoy every sweet and savory bite. I’m off to pop some Farmhouse Muffins into the oven!”—Cheryl Day, author of Cheryl Day’s Treasury of Southern Baking

“Everything always seems to taste better cooked in a farmhouse kitchen. With this delightful new book, Brian Noyes celebrates our region’s culinary riches and captures the true spirit of hospitality. As you cook your way through these pages, the intoxicating aromas wafting from your kitchen will transport you to the country farmhouse of your dreams.”—Patrick O’Connell, chef proprietor, The Inn at Little Washington

“It is the Red Truck Bakery that comes to mind when I ponder the perfect bakery: honest, simple, delicious food, sprinkled with love and kindness. I have spent many a night dreaming about their legendary Lexington Bourbon Cake. Now you have that recipe in your hands, along with all the other comforting dishes that will transport your kitchen into the bakery of your dreams.”—Edward Lee, chef and author of Buttermilk Graffiti

“A salvation for the home cook: Superb bakery fare rounds out what was missing from the first book (Hello, Peach Hand Pies!), but it’s the savory contributions that got this city boy rolling up his jeans. From the Mushroom Tartines to the Quiche Lorraine to the Brunswick Stew, we finally get the Red Truck in all its glory, pulling up to our own kitchens.”—Andrew Zimmern, traveler, chef, writer, and teacher

“When I think of Brian Noyes, I think of a fun, warm friend who is always telling great stories and whipping up good food. And lucky for us, The Red Truck Bakery Farmhouse Cookbook wraps all of these attributes into one beautiful package.”—David DiBenedetto, editor in chief, Garden & Gun

“When you can outbake my great grandmother JoJo, you’ve reached major hero status. In our collaboration, Brian surpassed my fond memories of her delicious creations.”—Billy Reid, fashion designer

“Brian Noyes’s collection of joyful recipes is like flipping through a family recipe box full of comforting dishes that have been passed down through generations, with a touch of Southern charm. This is a book that readers can come back to time and time again.”—Pati Jinich, chef, cookbook author, and host of PBS’s La Frontera

“Brian Noyes blends an ex–art director’s aesthetic passion, a busy commercial baker’s precision, and a modern Southern cook’s drive to freshen up the classics. His recipes not only look like a million bucks, they’re also the best you’ve ever tasted.”—Matt Lee and Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen

“A story of rural renaissance and a document of creative life in a country farmhouse, this is also a really great cookbook, with a recipe for a bourbon-and-crystallized-ginger cake so good that you will lie and tell everyone Great Aunt So-and-So handed it down to you.”—John T. Edge, author of The Potlikker Papers

“I felt as if I won the lottery when the Red Truck Bakery opened near my farm. Now we have The Red Truck Bakery Farmhouse Cookbook to inspire us to make delicious dishes that Brian has created and collected for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.” —Mary Chapin Carpenter, singer and songwriter

“As a professional eater but bush-league cook, I am thrilled that Brian’s new book takes me by the hand to create Red Truck Bakery farmhouse treasures well above my natural culinary skill set. I’ll soon be bringing peach hand pies, watermelon salad, and banana pudding to tailgates and parties to let friends know I really can cook!”—Michael Stern, author of Roadfood

“There is supreme artistry to Brian Noyes’s design and packaging and an absolute poetry to everything he cooks. This book is a gift and the divining rod to some of the South’s greatest pleasures.”—John Currence, restaurateur and author of Big Bad Breakfast

“Brian’s cookbook is a feast for the eyes—filled with inspired and approachable recipes that have me excited to fire up the oven. A blue ribbon–worthy book (just like his blueberry pie with ginger).” —Carrie Morey, author and owner of Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit

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