Leather-Bound Joy of Cooking

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Leather-Bound Joy of Cooking

Irma S. Rombauer first privately published Joy of Cooking in 1931. Now, 88 years later, her iconic cookbook has been updated with a leather-bound cover, making it the perfect future hand-me-down.


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Irma S. Rombauer first privately published Joy of Cooking in 1931. Now, 88 years later, her iconic cookbook has been updated with a leather-bound cover, making it the perfect future hand-me-down.

Story

Irma S. Rombauer was a homemaker in St. Louis, MI, when she first privately published Joy of Cooking in 1931. Her encyclopedic book was picked up by a commercial printing house in 1936, and swiftly went on to become one of America’s most popular cookbooks, with eight editions and over 18 million copies sold. Now in a revised and updated edition, her iconic creation has been bound in embossed natural Vachetta leather for a sturdy, durable finish that makes it the ideal future hand-me-down. With gilded, hand-painted edges and Smyth-sewn for strength and longevity and made in the U.S.A., it’s a must-have for book lovers and chefs alike.

Specs
  • 6.75" W x 9.5" H x 2.5" deep
  • Smyth-Sewn
  • 1142 Pages
  • Leather hardcover.
  • Published in 2019 by Graphic Image.
Materials
  • Natural Vachetta Leather
  • White Paper With Painted Edges
Origin
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Care
  • Wipe clean with a dust cloth.