About

Love Vintage Recipes is full of bygone cookery instructions from my collection of old Victorian and vintage cookbooks and magazines.

We’re also starting to build our own little virtual (tea) shop here on Love Vintage Recipes, and aim to bring you unusual and quirky food-themed gifts, starting with some unusual jewellery, including some vintage-style cup and saucer earrings.

I also have an eBay store full of vintage themed art prints.

Visit my Vintage Art Press eBay shop!

18 thoughts on “About”

  1. Love your concept… Bringing back the old recipes. I have copies of my grandmother’sAustralian Home Journals which she bought for the dress patterns and I love looking through the recipes late 1940s to early 1960s.

    1. Hi Joanne,Many thanks for your comment. I love old recipes, and all sorts of vintage items.It is fantastic to hear from you in Australia.
      Kate.

  2. Hi Cathy,

    Just a quick note to say that I’m enjoying the recipes, as well as the look and feel of your blog. Oh, and another note, I don’t see a way to click “like” on any of the posts. You may have done this intentionally (some folks do) but I thought I would mention it in case you hadn’t considered it…

    Thanks,
    Brian

    1. Hi Brian – the likes button went away when i moved my blog to a different host.
      Many thanks for your comment about my blog.
      Kate.

  3. I love the concept of your blog. So thanks for stopping by my blog, allowing me to find yours! It’s fascinating how people cooked and ate in the past, isn’t it? I could never do what you do, though, because I’m sure I’d give up trying to find suet or lard or some other ingredient that is no longer readily available in my grocery store, or so I’d think, and probably wrongly.

  4. Thanks for stopping by and joining my blog. I hope you enjoy reading about the recipes and my travel as much as I enjoy sharing them with you. Welcome aboard.

    Nadia

    Maisontravers.wordpress.com

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