Bakers

It's hard to beat the aroma and flavor of locally baked goods that are prepared with loving care. Old Farm Truck only partners with quality bakers who create the finest quality foods for your enjoyment. We are proud to sell their products. Explore the sections below and enjoy learning about these bakers and the value they bring to the Northern Neck.

+Northern Neck Dessert Company

The Northern Neck Dessert Co. is proud to partner with Old Farm Truck. Kristen Shirilla, owner, operator and head baker has been in business since she baked her first cake. Admittedly, for the first several years, her clients and most trusted taste testers, were close friends and family.

With the idea that life is sweeter when you eat dessert first, she has created many indulgent-worthy treats. Signature chocolate cake, coconut cake, carrot cake, and brownies are some of the more popular items. Try one and you won't be disappointed.

Kristen, along with her her husband (head dishwasher) invite you to stop by The Old Farm Truck each week to get just what you need to make life sweeter. For special orders, call Kristen at 703-963-5266, and mention you heard about her on the OFT web site.

+Sub Rosa Wood Fired Bakery

Sub Rosa is a wood fired bakery and stone-milling operation located in the historic neighborhood of Church Hill in Richmond, Virginia, specializing in the timeless craft of bread and pastry using organic, regional, and heirloom grains.

Everything they bake comes from a wood fired masonry oven. Whenever possible, they use organic fruits, meats and vegetables grown on Virginia soil. They also use certified organic flour and sugar. The wheat, corn and rye that they freshly stone-mill in house is also organic and they strive to use locally grown, heirloom varieties. They also serve Lamplighter Coffee, which thoughtfully sources their beans and roasts them in Richmond, Virginia.

Visit their website to learn more: http://www.subrosabakery.com/

+Eileen Carter - Exquisite Delights

A native of the Northern Neck, Eileen Carter has been baking most of her life -- starting around age 13. 

“I won a blue ribbon at the school bake off and it got me very excited about baking,” she said.

Eileen's well known for her delicious pound cakes. She uses fresh ingredients in her baking, including fresh local eggs and garden herbs.

She can be found selling her Exquisite Delight goods at the Irvington Farmers Market, the Heathsville Farmers Market and at Kinsale days. We're also proud to welcome her at the Old Farm Truck.

She lives in Heathsville with her husband, Herman.  They have three kids and six grandchildren.