[Paris: Editions Paul-Martial; Laboratoires Zizine, 1935].
16mo. (13.5 x 9 cm.), 188 pages. Illustrated with six color pochoir plates, with additional black and white engravings in the text. Table of contents. FIRST EDITION. A small, charming cookbook concerned with various aspects of outdoor cooking in four parts: the kitchen of the walker, the kitchen of the cyclist and the motorcyclist, the kitchen of the motorist and the canoeist, and the kitchen of the camper. Long live sport, the great outdoors is hollow! The illustrator André Giroux, was born in 1895 in Loiret and lived in Cher. Giroux also illustrated de Pomiane's Carnet d'Anna. In limp oilcloth, with a plaid pattern. Some light soil to the oilcloth, as usual, otherwise very good.