Tel: 3456 43 4473456

Joy of cooking: all about salads and dressings - All About Joy | The Joy of Cooking


...parallels the history of the American kitchen and cuisine. Its eight editions take us from the Depression Era to the 21st century. Many JOYs have been passed down through families and many people are curious about the editions on their shelves. Visit our books page to read the history of each edition. 

To learn about the people who have worked and continue to work to make JOY America's favorite kitchen reference, visit the Friends and Family pages. As you can imagine, a book this size with such a long and colorful history requires the time and effort of a small army. The JOY is constantly being updated to reflect current cooking knowledge, and we work diligently to correct any errors we, or our readers, find in the book. If you find an error or a subject that needs addressing, please let us know via our Contact Us page.

The Joy of Cooking has been a family affair since its first publication in 1931 when Irma wrote the book and her daughter Marion did the illustrations and helped with recipe testing. Today, the book is in the hands of the fourth generation-- John Becker, Irma Rombauers's great-grandson, Marion Becker's grandson, and Ethan's son.

Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfilment centres, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA products qualify for FREE Shipping

If you're a seller, Fulfilment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfilment by Amazon .

Would you like to tell us about a lower price ?
If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support ?

...parallels the history of the American kitchen and cuisine. Its eight editions take us from the Depression Era to the 21st century. Many JOYs have been passed down through families and many people are curious about the editions on their shelves. Visit our books page to read the history of each edition. 

To learn about the people who have worked and continue to work to make JOY America's favorite kitchen reference, visit the Friends and Family pages. As you can imagine, a book this size with such a long and colorful history requires the time and effort of a small army. The JOY is constantly being updated to reflect current cooking knowledge, and we work diligently to correct any errors we, or our readers, find in the book. If you find an error or a subject that needs addressing, please let us know via our Contact Us page.

The Joy of Cooking has been a family affair since its first publication in 1931 when Irma wrote the book and her daughter Marion did the illustrations and helped with recipe testing. Today, the book is in the hands of the fourth generation-- John Becker, Irma Rombauers's great-grandson, Marion Becker's grandson, and Ethan's son.




51512J9HG4L