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Joy of Cooking 1964

The classic from 1964. You can never go wrong owning a Joy of Cooking cookbook.

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Oh, the Joy!

Who can say they knew Mark Twain? Or had a brief romance in her youth with Booth Tarkington while visiting her cousins, the literary Vonnegut’s,  in Indianapolis?  And who would write one of the best selling cookbooks of all time?  This would be Irma S. Rombauer, a homemaker from St. Louis, Missouri, and seeking a way […]

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