Julie’s collages on Instagram started out as a way to show the seasonal and local offerings she was purchasing at farmers markets in her neighborhood. She says it’s now evolved to be a “study of plant design, exploration of color theory, and pure, unadulterated food-love.”
Ida Skivenes from Norway likes to play with her food and eat it too.
Edible Brooklyn is a guide to everything edible in Brooklyn, New York. They celebrate the borough’s food culture, season by season.
Tiffany calls herself a stylist, foodie, baker, photographer, illustrator, and blogger. She runs a blog called Offbeat and Inspired that covers cooking, DIY, decor, fashion, and beauty.
Lindsay Hunt is the associate food editor at Real Simple Magazine.
Sarah Copeland is the food director at Real Simple magazine. She uses her Instagram to show new recipes she is working on and her adorable children.
Andrew Knowlton is the restaurant editor for Bon Appétit magazine.
This is kind of cheating because Tim Melideo doesn’t have a food-only Instagram. Instead he has an Instagram that features photos of (mostly vegan) food he eats, along with images of what he wore that day, his wife, their travels, and the weddings that they shoot together. However, the photos of his food (tagged #timsfood) are always delicious looking, making it totally worth a follow.
Jamie Oliver, the famous British chef, uses his Instagram to upload recipes every day and to remind us that his life may be the coolest in the world.
Joann Pai is a food and lifestyle photographer out of Vancouver who uses Instagram to document the places she goes and the delicious things she eats there.
Marcus Nilsson is a talented food photographer who works with magazines like Martha Stewart and Bon Appétit. His Instagram allows followers to go behind the scenes on some of his most famous cover shoots.
Camille Becerra is a chef living in downtown NYC. She has worked in the hospitality industry and competed on Bravo Network’s Top Chef.
- The White House defended rolling back Obama-era transgender protections, with Sean Spicer repeatedly insisting it's a "states' rights issue."
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