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Since its first private printing in 1931, The Joy of Cooking has been teaching Americans how to cook. Craig Claiborne calls it "a masterpiece of clarity" and Julia Child says it's the one book she'd keep if she could only have one English title on the shelf. The nearly 5,000 recipes are handily organized by meal and ingredient, and no cooking instruction goes unexplained, so you can finally understand the difference between poaching and braising. The book includes nutritional information as well as an extremely helpful list of measures and equivalents. You'll find a version of every recipe your mother ever cooked, along with straightforward instructions for cooking more exotic specialties such as turtles and muskrats. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
James Beard The classic work, which covers the entire gamut of kitchen procedures and is easy to use.
Cecily Brownstone Important as is the information in this encyclopedic cookbook, it's the imprint of Irma Rombauer's and Marion Rombauer Becker's personalities that makes Joy of Cooking the best loved cookbook to come out of these United States.
Julia Child ...it is definitely number one on my list...the one book of all cookbooks in English that I would have on my shelf -- if I could have but one.
Craig Claiborne The finest basic cookbook available. It is a masterpiece of clarity. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
I HAD THE ORIGINAL "JOY OF COOKING" AND USED IT AS A REFERENCE BOOK. MY NEPHEW WANTED TO BORROW A COOK BOOK SO I GAVE HIM THE ORIGINAL AND ORDERED THE 2ND VERSION FOR... Read morePublished 13 months ago by H. A. Dean
I wouldn't be without this book! In fact, when I moved to our new home, a box of my books "disappeared" from the truck. So I reordered this one straight away. Read morePublished 16 months ago by buymore
I love this cook book, I used to have a older one that had gone missing, this one is just as good.Published on May 29 2013 by reader1
A classic, required reading for anyone with a kitchen. Really really really really really really good. You should buy it!Published on April 26 2013 by Lucie31
My Grandma had this cook book and a lot recipes I learned to cook from came form this book....when I moved out on my own I had to have this book againPublished on Jan. 18 2013 by NICOLE H COOPER
This is it. A little pretensious in spots but exhaustive. The definitive cook's cookbook but also very usable for novices. Timeless, painstakenly accurate and indespensible.Published on June 3 2004 by tootsdonovan
The Book is great for new Cooks like Newly Weds or Young Men learning about cooking. It has it all. Like how to grill. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2004 by Joe Kendrick