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Joy of Cooking

Simon & Schuster

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Format:

hardcover

Page count:

1152

ISBN:

978-0743246262

Size:

9.3" x 6.8" x 2.3"

Author(s):

Ethan Becker, Irma S. Rombauer, and Marion Rombauer Becker

Imprint:

Scribner

Why We Love This

Seventy-five years ago, a St. Louis widow named Irma Rombauer took her life savings and self-published a book called "The Joy of Cooking." Her daughter Marion tested recipes and drew the illustrations, and they sold their mother-daughter project from Irma's apartment. Nine revisions later, "The Joy of Cooking"--selected by the New York Public Library as one of the 150 most important and influential books of the 20th century--has taught tens of millions of people to cook. Ethan Becker, Marion's son, leads the latest generation of "Joy" into the 21st century with a 75th-anniversary edition that draws upon the best of the past while keeping its eye on the way we cook now.

Why We Love This

Seventy-five years ago, a St. Louis widow named Irma Rombauer took her life savings and self-published a book called "The Joy of Cooking." Her daughter Marion tested recipes and drew the illustrations, and they sold their mother-daughter project from Irma's apartment. Nine revisions later, "The Joy of Cooking"--selected by the New York Public Library as one of the 150 most important and influential books of the 20th century--has taught tens of millions of people to cook. Ethan Becker, Marion's son, leads the latest generation of "Joy" into the 21st century with a 75th-anniversary edition that draws upon the best of the past while keeping its eye on the way we cook now.