Irma S. Rombauer — American Author born on October 30, 1877, died on October 14, 1962

Irma Starkloff Rombauer was an American cookbook author, best known for The Joy of Cooking, one of the world's most widely read cookbooks. Following Irma Rombauer's death, periodic revisions of the book were carried out by her daughter, Marion Rombauer Becker, and subsequently by Marion's son Ethan Becker. The Joy of Cooking remains in print, edited by members of the Rombauer–Becker family, and more than 18 million copies have been sold... (wikipedia)

Most cocktails containing liquor are made today with gin and ingenuity. In brief, take an ample supply of the former and use your imagination. For the benefit of a minority, it is courteous to serve chilled fruit juice in addition to cocktails made with liquor.
The new 'Joy' was needed for a number of reasons. Recent developments in nutrition and new ingredients were two of the major reasons for the revision. One of the other big reasons was America's new love for big flavors. Yay!
A pig resembles a saint in that he is more honored after death than during his lifetime.
Custard puddings, sauces and fillings accompany the seven ages of man in sickness and in health.
I know who in the family is a great cook. I know where the great recipes are.