Paris: Frigéco-Thomson; Max Gottchalk, Imp. [circa 1930].
Octavo (14.5 x 22 cm.), 183 pages. Index. Printed throughout in red and black. Evident first edition. An attractive and charming cookbook promoting the Frigeco refrigerator through recipes require freezing and cold. Dishes include one hundred thirty ice-cream recipes, frozen entremets, cold entremets, specially studied for freezing in the "Frigéco". Some ice-creams made with perfumes; icy water (cherry); jellies with lemon, violet, rose ice cream; and a series of recipes specially studied for the inhabitants of the colonies. The Art-Deco style illustrations and decorated endpapers, were executed by M.A.B. Campbell. Some light foxing internally; in original paper-covered, blue boards, with title label pasted-down. edges rubbed and a bit worn; some light soiling to text block edges. Good plus. [OCLC locates just two copies of this first printing, and three of all other printings].