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Cooking from The Joy of Cooking (2006) by Irma Rombauer, et al

joeljkp | Jan 16, 201909:16 AM     26

Ok, so this one might be a bit silly, but I finally got my own copy of The Joy of Cooking (after growing up with it, and starting my own collection), so I'm excited to dig in.

While I'm cooking from the 75th Anniversary edition (2006), I say this is open to others as well.

Here's the profile:
https://www.eatyourbooks.com/library/...

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