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1931 Joy of Cooking T-shirts
Check out these t-shirts featuring Marion's original cover art for the 1931 edition! Marion was an accomplished papercutting artist, providing all of the chapter heads and dust jacket art for the first edition of Joy. These comfy tees sport her piece for the dust jacket, which depicts Martha of Bethany--patron saint of cooks-- taming the Tarasque, a horned, Galician dragon terrorizing the Provençal countryside. The dragon is said to represent kitchen drudgery... think of her as an old-school Rosie the Riveter of kitchen inspiration... or a woman not to be messed with.
The shirts are available in crew and ladies v-necks. You can purchase them our friends at Out of Print Clothing: