Authentic Mincemeat Pie

My dad loved this pie and, after many queries, we now make this year ’round. It’s full of apples, raisins, golden raisins, an easy hand on the spices and a little suet, finished with brandy and topped with smoked bourbon sugar from our pals at Bourbon Barrel Foods in Kentucky. We bake our pies in a metal pan; it’s a great gift and serves 8.

“The Red Truck Bakery is on a mission to resurrect the much-maligned mincemeat pie. Mission accomplished!” —Esquire magazine

Started in a Virginia farmhouse over 30 years ago, Brian Noyes’ Red Truck Bakery is one of Condé Nast Traveler’s 13 Destination Bakeries in America. Named after the red 1954 Ford truck Brian used to deliver his rustic baked goods to local country stores, Red Truck Bakery has gained a cult-like following that includes Oprah and former President Barack Obama—with Roadfood’s Jane & Michael Stern being among some of their loudest and proudest early supporters.

$40

My dad loved this pie and, after many queries, we now make this year ’round. It’s full of apples, raisins, golden raisins, an easy hand on the spices and a little suet, finished with brandy and topped with smoked bourbon sugar from our pals at Bourbon Barrel Foods in Kentucky. We bake our pies in a metal pan; it’s a great gift and serves 8.

“The Red Truck Bakery is on a mission to resurrect the much-maligned mincemeat pie. Mission accomplished!” —Esquire magazine

Started in a Virginia farmhouse over 30 years ago, Brian Noyes’ Red Truck Bakery is one of Condé Nast Traveler’s 13 Destination Bakeries in America. Named after the red 1954 Ford truck Brian used to deliver his rustic baked goods to local country stores, Red Truck Bakery has gained a cult-like following that includes Oprah and former President Barack Obama—with Roadfood’s Jane & Michael Stern being among some of their loudest and proudest early supporters.

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  • Each Pie serves 6-8 people

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