The Joy of Cooking. A compilation of reliable recipes with a casual culinary chat
by Rombauer, Irma S
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- Rabelais - Fine Books on Food & Drink (US)
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- The Joy of Cooking. A compilation of reliable recipes with a casual culinary chat
- Rombauer, Irma S
- Book condition
- second hand
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- [the author]; A. C. Clayton Printing Co
- Place of Publication
- St. Louis, MO
- Date Published
- ABAA-NY, TA-VBF, BIB-WEEK-VBF, cookbook, iconic, american, mid-century, art-deco, classic, xmas21
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