Leather Bound Joy of Cooking
Feast for the eyes.
Irma Rombauer’s famed Joy of Cooking—the (almost) edible encyclopedia Julia Child called “a fundamental resource for any American cook”—is back in a modern way. Now in a revised and updated 75th Anniversary edition, it’s all decked out in embossed leather and gilded with hand-painted edges. Snag one to showcase on your counter or give as a gift to a fellow cook.
75th anniversary, 2006 edition.
Photography by Ty Mecham
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