The grandson and son of the original authors of the “Joy of Cooking” talks about inheriting his family’s culinary responsibility. He presents the 75th anniversary edition of the book often called America’s unofficial food bible.

Guests

  • Maggie Green a registered dietitian and certified chef.
  • Ethan Becker co-author of the 75th anniversary edition of "The Joy of Cooking."

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  • Joy of Cooking

    By Irma S. Rombauer , Marion Rombauer Becker , and Ethan Becker

    Scribner

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