London; [Surrey]: William Heinemann Ltd.; [Windmill Press], 1928.
Octavo (19 x 13 cm.), viii, 156 pages. Illustrated with a color frontispiece by Laboureur; index. Third printing. A followup to Simple French Cooking for English Homes. Boulestin was a French chef, restaurateur, and author of cookbooks who popularized French cuisine in the English-speaking world. His restaurant, the Restaurant Français, opened in 1927, was known at the time as the most expensive in London. Some light spotting and foxing throughout. In publisher's decorated cloth, a bit faded at the spine, titled and decorated in red and gold. With the bookseller's ticket of B.H. Blackwell Ltd., Oxford to the front paste-down.