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Joy of cooking 1975 pdf

Joy of cooking 1975 pdf

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The Joy of Cooking, also known as “The Joy of Cooking,” is one of the most famous cookbooks in the United States. It has been in continuous print since 1936, with over 18 million copies sold. After her husband’s suicide the previous year, Irma S. Rombauer (1877–1962), a homemaker in St. Louis, Missouri, published it privately in 1931. A.C. Clayton, a company that had printed labels for fancy St. Louis shoe companies and Listerine mouthwash but never a book, printed 3,000 copies for Rombauer. The book was first published in 1936 by the Bobbs-Merrill Company, a commercial printing house. Joy of Cooking is the most popular American cookbook, with nine editions. [two]
Article in its entirety: Rombauer, Irma S. Irma Starkloff was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, to German immigrants in 1877. In 1899, she married lawyer Edgar Rombauer. After a serious bout of depression in 1930, Edgar committed suicide, widowing Irma at the age of 52 and leaving her with $6,000 in life savings. [requires citation]

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In 1931, Irma Rombauer self-published the first edition of Joy of Cooking. Bobbs-Merrill published the first commercial edition in 1936. Irma’s daughter, Marion Rombauer Becker, assisted in the revision and updating of each subsequent edition until 1951. The first edition after Irma’s death, in 1963, was entirely Marion’s work. Marion’s uncle, Ethan Becker, assisted her in revising the 1975 version before overseeing the 1997 and 75th Anniversary editions. Since 1975, Ethan Becker’s son, John Becker, and his partner, Megan Scott, have been solely responsible for testing, revising, and updating the book, ensuring that the new version is given the same care and attention to detail that has made this culinary resource an American classic.
Ethan Becker is the grandson of Irma S. Rombauer, the original author of The Joy of Cooking, and the son of Marion Rombauer Becker. He studied at Le Cordon Bleu in Paris, but his mother taught him how to cook. He is an outdoorsman who is an expert on the grill and in the kitchen. Becker Knife and Tool, his outdoor gear and survival and fighting knives, are sold all over the world. Ethan and his wife, Susan, a journalist, editor, and artist, call Half Moon Ridge home in East Tennessee. TheJoyKitchen.com is his website.

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“In 1931, Irma Rombauer first published 3,000 copies of The Joy of Cooking for a $3000 investment. Her easygoing style placed readers at ease, winning her the affection and devotion of Depression-era women who were forced to fill in for professional cooks they couldn’t afford. The tone and approach to cooking is lighthearted, in contrast to the majority of homekeeping and cookery books published at the time, which were written by home economists.” (According to the source) “In 1931, Irma Rombauer first published 3,000 copies of The Joy of Cooking for a $3000 investment. Her easygoing style placed readers at ease, winning her the affection and devotion of Depression-era women who were forced to fill in for professional cooks they couldn’t afford. The tone and approach to cooking is lighthearted, in contrast to the majority of homekeeping and cookery books published at the time, which were written by home economists.” (According to the source) “Know Your Ingredients, which reveals essential characteristics of the materials typically combined in the kitchen, telling how and why they respond as they do, how to weigh them, how to substitute one for another, as well as amounts to purchase, is one of the special features in this version. The book also covers nutrition, cooking processes and techniques, and food storage and preservation. There were 1,000 how-to illustrations in this volume, and there were over 4,500 recipes.” (According to the source)