Thursday, December 6, 6:30pm
We'll kick off the evening with a (free) wine tasting, alongside some delicious treats from Brian Noyes, author of the RED TRUCK BAKERY COOKBOOK. (Trust us--their food is unparalleled!) 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, DC. From Double-Chocolat
About Brian Noyes:
While the art director of the Washington Post and Smithsonian magazine, Brian Noyes baked pies and breads on weekends in his Virginia Piedmont farmhouse and sold them out of an old red truck he bought from designer Tommy Hilfiger. When a New York Times story sent 57,000 people to his fledgling website in one day, he left publishing behind to launch the Red Truck Bakery in a 1921 Esso filling station in Warrenton, Virginia. The bakery now has two locations, ships thousands of baked goods nationwide, and has earned accolades from Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, and many national publications. He is an adviser to the Jacques Pépin Foundation, and a member of the Southern Foodways Alliance and the James Beard Foundation.