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12 Foodies You Need to Follow on Instagram Now

Nobody loves food more than us. Whether we’re searching for the hottest new restaurant in New York or tasting the street food stands in Southeast Asia, we’re always in the mood for a mouthwatering treat. Which is why we love discovering our next meal through the feeds of Insta’s top food photographers. Dig in.

1. @clerkenwellboyec1

Leave it to a food editor to have some of the most finger-licking ‘grams we’ve ever seen. The London native travels the city in search of the greatest restaurants, pop-ups and street food. Follow him to find out where you should eat next.

2. @dandoherty_

As the mastermind behind London’s Duck & Waffle, it’s no surprise that head chef Dan Doherty has one kick-ass feed. We love scrolling through his favorite meals (especially the baked Alaska with chestnut ice cream and blood orange, pistachio and white chocolate puffed rice, pictured above).

3. @skye_mcalpine

Skye’s kitchen is a picture out of any vintage-lover’s cookbook. And we adore her for it. Splitting her time between London and Venice, prepare to see romantic picnics along the canals and garden parties galore (Martha Stewart would be proud).

4. @symmetrybreakfast

What started as a playful breakfast treat for his partner has now turned into a collection of culinary creations with more than 650,000 followers and a new cookbook that launched in August. It’s not hard to see how this happened: the flawless brunch spread of favorites like huevos rancheros and baked cornflake french toast are all photographed in symmetry. Easy on the eyes (and on the stomach!).

5. @linasaber

Food stylist Lina Saber has a feed that’s, ahem, fresh AF. Every pic showcases her own healthy, homemade creations like smoothie bowls, colorful fruit platters, and veggie sandwiches. And if you want even more inspo, check out her new cookbook, Radiant Plant Life, which has 100+ vegan and gluten free recipes.

6. @wrightkitchen

Photographer Brittany Wright is adding a blast of color to Seattle’s grey scene. Her vivid images typically consist of fresh fruits and veggies arranged in an eye-popping rainbow. Definitely the best cure we’ve found for the Monday blues.

7. @jo_rodgers

Jo’s cool, composed photos look like something out of a magazine. Which is fitting considering she’s a London-based lifestyle writer for Vogue. We can’t get enough of her charming captions and snapshots of Georgian houses, homemade meals and afternoon tea.

Ask me how many times I can eat Thanksgiving dinner this week

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8. @annapetrow

This Kansas City-based photographer has the best mantra ever: Eat well, travel often. (Amen to that!) So you can expect her instagram to be full of mouthwatering dishes and gorgeous shots from her trips.

9. @gkstories

Author David Frenkiel knows how to go green. His vegetarian and vegan recipes (along with his stunning food photography) can be found in his book, Green Kitchen. But we could spend hours browsing the sweet family photos and organic dishes flooding his feed.

10. @breadbutternyc

Want to know how to take the perfect food photo? Just look at Marisel Salazar’s bright feed, a collection of styled shots, savory plates, and cute cups of cappuccino.

11. @theboywhobakes

Who says boys don’t belong in the kitchen? Edd Kimber is one of the best bakers on insta — just take a gander at his posts, which are all homemade pastries and treats. Excuse us while we drool over his spiced quince and hazelnut cake, chocolate sables, and Bergamot snowball cookies.

12. @stuffbeneats

It’s not hard to find a good meal in New York City. But Ben Hon highlights the best of them on his Insta, from Tonkotsu ramen with simmered pork belly and dried seaweed (pictured above) to grilled octopus with a squid ink vinaigrette.

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