These days, #foodporn is everything. It’s so much of a thing that restaurants are now creating dishes specifically for Instagram. While we wish a few of them would stop (Starbucks, anyone making tie-dye edible anything) for the most part we’re totally into it. 75% of my feed is food. Recently, I almost decided to stop following most of my actual friends because I’d like to make that percentage closer to 100. You may already be deep into the food Instagram game, but if you’re not, here’s a crash course. Here are the people taking the most beautiful photos on Instagram. If you’re not already following them, get on this immediately.
Come for the food, stay for the captions. @noleftovers_ is everywhere, all the time, eating everything we want to be eating, and she usually works a song lyric or two into what she has to say about it.
I actually know someone who had to stop following @dennistheprescott because the photos made her too hungry all the time.
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Great photos of food, equally great photos of dogs.
TBH, one of the greatest ever. Unfortunately, if you don’t live in DC, this feed will kind of ruin your life a little bit.
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All Miami food, all the time, and it’s not always the hotel restaurants you’d expect. She’s deep into the food there. We’re into it.
She’ll make you want to become vegan. That is all.
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It is a scientific fact that food looks 80% better when you hold it up in the air. We read that somewhere, we think.
204k followers agree. Get her on your radar ASAP.
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Truly beautiful photos of food, and occasionally other things too.
We debated putting him on this list because he literally photographs food for a living, but he’s one of the best in the game, so here he is.
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Food and two babies. We don’t need to tell you more than that.
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