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Joy of Cooking

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Irma S. Rombauer's Joy of Cooking, one of GAYOT's Top 10 Cookbooks


Joy of Cooking
By Irma S. Rombauer
(1931)

Considered the definitive guide to American cooking, Joy of Cooking is more than a collection of recipes; it is a work of American history and one that is telling of regional distinctions in how Americans eat. It was one of the first books of home cooking written by a home cook and as such, it took off immediately. But it's the tome's extensive collection of recipes and its specific instructions that help it to continue to be one of the most popular cookbooks more than 75 years later. The current edition has updated many of the originals for modern tastes and has even added a few new recipes for dishes like enchiladas and sushi. But the homey flavor still remains with recipes like brined roast turkey, beef fondue and chocolate cake with seven-minute frosting.


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