Since the rise of Instagram and photo-sharing social networks, food-related photos have become some of the most commonly snapped and shared images. And we’re here for all of it.
Let’s face it — while we enjoy diving into a good meal, ‘Gramming it is part of the experience. Thanks to all the food aficionados, Instagram has easily become the go-to place for restaurants reviews and lunch ideas. On any given day you can find #TeamBeautiful scrolling through our favorite food accounts trying to decide what we’ll have for lunch.
Below are our top five accounts to help you overcome your lunchtime slump.
Daily Food Feed
With more than 332k followers, the Daily Food Feed is often re-grammed by thousands of foodies across the nation. It features more than 900 photos of the most mouth-watering gourmet dishes, like the pizza, pasta, mac and cheese combo you see above. Use the hashtag #DailyFoodFeed for a chance to be featured.
Founded in 2014, Eating NYC is run by foodie Alexa Mehraban. Since then, Mehraban has garnered 216k followers. She features delicious bites such as Mile End’s specialty fries and adventurous bagels from Black Seed Bagels.
Touted as the “snack champions,” BuzzFeed Food has more than 1,000 photos of ooey-gooey goodness like chicken and waffles on a stick (pictured above) and a tempting spinach artichoke dip stuffed garlic bread, among others. (BRB, we’re drooling).
If you’re in need of a sweet or savory midday pick-me-up, Foooodieee has you covered. The Instagram handle features an array of desserts, with a main dish thrown in here and there, deliciously displayed to more than 340k followers. If you have a sweet tooth like us, you will surely be eager to indulge in treats such as the doughnuts and cookies you see pictured above.
Bon Appétit Magazine
Bon Appétit Magazine has been sharing recipes, cooking tips, ingredients, and restaurant reviews for more than 60 years. Its Instagram handle is no different. With 1.6 million followers, the staff at Bon Appétit takes pride in selecting the most succulent meals like the buttermilk biscuits above.
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