There are lots of fun ways you can become more involved in the land of the Vintage Kitchen. If you have a product or service that fits within our vintage kitchen landscape send us a message for a possible feature here on the blog.

This was a recent giveaway featuring Greek olive oil from the century-old family olive trees of The Spartan Table in Sparta, Greece along with their local oregano from the Taygetus Mountains. See the post here.

Of course, you can find history seeping into all aspects of our daily modern lives. But in the Vintage Kitchen, we are especially keen on items that can be associated with food and wine, farmers markets, culinary history, interior kitchen design, gardening, cookbooks, foodie fiction, kitchen art and apron apparel.

We love a good book – especially when you are talking about life, love, and food in Paris. This is a collaboration project with New York Times Bestselling author Janice MacLeod and St. Martin’s Press announcing Janice’s second book, A Paris Year. Find the post here. Find the book here.

If you feel your item or service floats around one of the above categories, please send a message! If you are uncertain if your item is a good fit, send your suggestions along anyway. We are a creative bunch here and totally love to connect the dots between the past and the present.

Author David Downie wrote a whole entire book about the history of food in France. We featured his phenomenal work here.


A bestselling author of women’s literature on Amazon, writer K.S.R. Burns collaborated with us on her book launch Paris Ever After, a fictional story about a food blogger who moves to the City of Light in search of herself.  Read more here.
We teamed up with Artisans List, a nationwide fine craftsmanship directory, to spread the stories and the joy surrounding vintage recipes and heirloom cooking. This article was all about the art of the vintage picnic. Read more here.
Over on the Vintage Kitchen Instagram feed, we collaborated with Neveo, a photo journal app geared specifically for senior citizens. Read more about them on our feed here.
The dynamic world of vintage restaurant ware was discovered and discussed in a collecting collaboration with Artisans List. Read the stories behind a few of these unique pieces here.