2. Hungry Hoss
3. KS Ate Here
Marina is a food and travel writer for the Guardian. Sure, you could ~just~ read her features on the Guardian's website, but following her on Twitter is like hooking yourself up to an IV drip of solid food suggestions and pithy industry tweets – an experience not to be missed.
9. Jay Rayner
Mr Rayner is a terribly well known food critic for The Observer. He's known for being the making of many an unknown spot – Franco Manca, Silk Road and more can credit London's obsession with them to a review from him. Basically, if he says somewhere's good, no matter how far away or unassuming it looks, people will go en masse. You most likely already know him and this mention is probably overkill, but his Twitter is a wonderful thing. Honest tweets about food served with a sense of humour and occasional cracks at Giles Coren as a side dish.
Plus, I'm certain his hair is so big because it's full of secrets. Secrets I have every hope he will someday spill on Twitter like the foodie version of Kim Kardashian.