Irma Rombauer’s famed Joy of Cooking is back in a modern way. Full of home-cooked meal ideas that'll be winners at your next dinner party or just weekday family gathering. Plus, with oodles of all-occasion appetizer and dessert recipes, it's a mainstay cookbook for good reason.
Joy of Cooking has sold over 20 million copies since since its first edition nearly 100 years ago. Talk about a canonical culinary resource! It was self-published in 1931 by Irma who had no prior experience working with a publisher, but plenty of recipe testing under her belt. Now, in a revised and dazzlingly-updated 75th anniversary edition, it’s all decked out in embossed leather and gilded with hand-painted edges.
This all-purpose cookbook has been an indispensable staple in countless American homes for decades. Snag one to showcase in your kitchen, surprise a fellow chef, or give as the perfect gift to new homeowners, wedding couples and culinary graduates.
- Hardback bound in pale recycled leather
- Smyth-sewn for strength and longevity
- Attached ribbon bookmark
- 1200 pages
- 8.25" x 9.25" x 2.5"