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NIGNON, Édouard (1865-1934); Robert de Flers (Introduces); P. F. Grignon (Illustrates) - [Gastronomy] [Food & Drink] Les Plaisirs de la Table. Où, Sous Une Forme Nouvelle, L'Auteur a Dévoilé Maints Délicieux Secrets Et Recettes de Bonne Cuisine, Transcrit Les Précieux Avis de Gourmets Fameux Et de Fins Gastronomes, Conseillers Aimables Et Sûrs de L'Art Du Bien-Manger. Préface de Robert de Flers. Dessins de P.F. Grignon

 1547295326,
Paris, Chez l'auteur / chez Lapina, Editeur, 1930. Limited Edition. Pictorial Wrappers. Second Revised Edition, "where, in a new form, the author has revealed many delicious secrets and recipes for good cooking, transcribes the precious opinions of famous gourmets and fine gourmets, friendly and sure advisers in the art of eating well," with new introduction by the original dedicatee, Robert de Flers. Copy no. 1259 of 2000 copies on verge, from a total of 2150 copies. 8vo (235 x 190mm): [6],viii,339,[1]pp, with numerous drawings in bistre (chapter head- and tail-pieces and vignettes in text). Original salmon-colored stiff paper wrappers, wraparound deco design in black and bistre, edges untrimmed, illustrated end papers, title page in black and bistre, original book marker (stenciled 1259) laid in. A superb copy, tightly bound and clean throughout (virtually pristine). Oberlé 277-78 ("remarquable"). Cagle 364 (citing this second edition only). First published in 1926. Nignon was chef to the emperors Nicholas II of Russia and Franz Joseph I of Austria as well as at Hotel Claridge's in London. In 1908, he bought Larue Restaurant in Paris, and is regarded as a founder of modern French cuisine, influencing chefs who invented nouvelle cuisine with his use of lighter sauces and seasonings and unusual combinations of ingredients. Flers (1872-1927) was a playwright, librettist, and journalist, and at the time he wrote this preface, literary editor of Le Figaro. N. B. With few exceptions (always identified), we only stock books in exceptional condition, carefully preserved in archival, removable mylar sleeves. All orders are packaged with care and posted promptly. Satisfaction guaranteed. (Fine Editions Ltd is a member of the Independent Online Booksellers Association, and we subscribe to its codes of ethics.). Fine .
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