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Red Truck Bakery Cookbook: Gold-Standard Recipes from America's Favorite Rural Bakery by Brian Noyes

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  • Savory stuffed biscuits with tomato and mozzarella

    • lils74 on January 05, 2019

      Made these with my sister for a special Christmas breakfast for her family (and us, of course!). Unsure if I would make them again - they were delicious, but a lot of work with multiple steps; and VERY rich. For a special occasion worth it, though.

  • Kentucky bourbon pecan pie with chocolate in a pretzel crust

    • julesamomof2 on November 25, 2018

      So disappointing--this recipe just didn't work. The crust was a crumbly mess and the bourbon tasted harsh. It was barely edible even after I bought an entire bottle of Woodford Reserve bourbon (for the one tablespoon needed) and sorghum syrup-purchased the recommended brand online. At least someone else brought a pumpkin pie to Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Rooster’s pepper jelly

    • EmilyR on November 02, 2018

      I had a good 30 jalapeños from my garden and wanted to use them, so this book arrived and I decided this is a good opportunity. It took me 3 grocery stores before I came across the liquid pectin (I used the Certo brand). You will need to have a lot of friends and family to give this to or get to canning. I did all of the above and we are still swimming in red pepper jelly. The sheer quantity is immense. Mincing the peppers took eons - I decided to use an immersion blender to make sure things were really shredded up. So the verdict... this was a tad sweeter and less spicy than I would like. Canning is such a process and then I was also at Trader Joe's later the same night and saw they have pepper jelly for $2.49. Maybe my time would have been better spent doing something else with those jalapeños. It is nice on bellavitano cheese.

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  • Eat Your Books

    ..Stunning photography, recipes that are exciting and new, and the book opens with the author's tale of how John Wayne once made him a tuna sandwich. Hot damn, it doesn't get much better than that.

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  • ISBN 10 0804189617
  • ISBN 13 9780804189613
  • Published Oct 23 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 224
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher Clarkson Potter

Publishers Text

From the celebrated bakery in Marshall, Virginia come 85 nostalgic sweet and savory recipes for cookies, cakes, pies, and more that are rustic and rural with a ton of character.

Red Truck Bakery Cookbook is your one-way ticket to making delicious cakes, pies, and cookies from the popular Virginia bakery located 50 miles outside Washington, D.C. From Double-Chocolate Moonshine Cake and Caramel Pumpkin Pie to the highly praised (and coveted) Red Truck Bakery Granola, you'll be able to make these knockout desserts for friends, family, and (most importantly) yourself.