Brittany's self-stated single goal is to teach herself "to cook anything and everything." Along the way she creates incredible food gradient photos, grouping fruits and veggies into mesmerising ombre patterns. She also has a sweet golden retreiver who makes guest appearances.
Ewa & Jeromy travel around their very hip hometown Columbus, OH tasting everything this developing foodie scene has to offer. Dumplings, sushi, wings, baked goods, popcorn-- they leave no culinary stone unturned.
Matt & Beau's photos capture the beautiful life they lead together in New Orleans and all of the delicious things they cook along the way. Follow them for fresh cocktails, serious baked goods, and lots of sweet photos of their love. Plus they have that copper colored kitchen aid that's topping our Christmas list this year.
Tieghan's feed is NSFW, because it will make you distractingly hungry. She shares her gorgeous, moody food photography of her indulgent recipes. Bubbly baked cheese makes an appearance in almost every image and everything looks gluten-heavy in a good way.
Mandy describes her feed as "An angry food blog - home cooking with extreme prejudice." But we think her minimal imagery perfectly captures her upscale interpretations of classic comfort foods without the angry edge. We love that she frequently enjoys the food she makes. You will definitely see bites taken out of her creations.
Rachel's feed is clean, clean, clean. Clean eating recipes presented on bright clean surfaces with crystal clear photography and beautifully simple food styling. Her healthy recipes are simple to recreate and she has a major sweet tooth.
Kristina's feed features fully raw vegan recipes and exotic fruits and vegetables. She encourages her followers to shoot for 3 raw, vegan meals per week and provides appealing recipes to entice the most timid omnivores. She practices what she preaches as the founder of the largest organic produce co-op in the USA.
Madeline creates food dreams. Her styling and presentation are second to none. She crafts dreamscapes with food, turning everyday breakfasts into impressive works of art. Her recipes are inventive and unexpected and inspired by her extensive travels which are also featured in her feed.
Rebecca's images all look frosted. Her dreamy lens captures baked goods of all kinds and there's always a warm mug of something. Her food is always seasonal and always local-- though the meaning of local changes as she moves from place to place.
Jerrelle's bio says: "Cooking for two. Vegetarian from a tiny Boston kitchen." You'd think that this girl is working with a full commercial kitchen, with the incredible things she produces, styles, and photographs. While the food is vegetarian, and sometimes vegan, there is no "substituting"-- this stuff looks decadent.
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