7 Cool Food Influencers To Follow Right Now
7 Cool Food Influencers To Follow Right Now

7 Cool Food Influencers To Follow Right Now

After some fresh food inspiration? Instagram has it in spades. From pasta perfectionists to restaurant influencers, here are some of our favourite rising food accounts to follow.

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Anna’s Family Kitchen was inspired by mum Anna Stanford’s love of food and her desire to feed her family healthy, home-cooked meals that were both beautifully presented and appealing – without hours of prep. If you’re a parent in need of fresh inspiration, Anna’s account shares recipes and food tips to make meal planning an easier task, with recipes that experiment with quality ingredients and different cuisines.

New Zealander Emilie Pullar has always loved Italian food, but only started to hone her skills during the Covid-19 lockdowns. Now, she’s launched @BurntButterTable to teach people how to make delicious, simple pasta dishes at home in an easy-to-explain way only a self-taught cook can. Regardless of whether you want to make your own, Emilie’s pretty, pink-inflected pasta photos are reason enough to hit the ‘follow’ button.

Originally from Paris, Carole Poirot moved to the UK in 1998. These days she lives in North Yorkshire. Combining styling and photography, Carole has a relaxed documentary style of photography, and regularly posts beautiful images taken behind the scenes of her food shoots at restaurants, markets and events around the UK. We like to keep an eye out for the occasional glimpse of her whippet in the background, too.

Cape Town native Sam Linsell is a professional food stylist, recipe developer and food photographer. With @DrizzleAndDip, she showcases recipes from her two cookbooks alongside plenty of South African travel inspiration. We recently tried her ‘cheat’s croque madame’ recipe, (pictured) and can confirm it’s a winner.

Letitia Clark is an author, chef, illustrator and food writer. Originally from Devon, she trained at Leith’s School of Food & Wine and worked in London restaurants including Spring, The Dock Kitchen, Morito and Moro before moving to Sardinia. Her cookbooks Bitter Honey and La Vita è Dolce have both become bestsellers and can be found on the bookshelves of both foodies and fashion girls. Follow her account for a year-round dose of Italian inspiration.

Rosie Mackean is a chef, food stylist and recipe developer, working on everything from cookbook styling to adverts and restaurant PR shots. As her handle suggests, you’ll see a feed dedicated to all things pasta. Want to recreate her dishes at home? Fans can subscribe to her newsletter, The Dinner Party, for recipes and more.

Thoroughly Modern Milly is an account run by Milly Kenny-Ryder, one member of the team behind family-run travel guides Weekend Journal. Based in London, this is an account to follow if you want to stay up to date with the capital’s ever-growing restaurant scene. We especially love her knack for nailing a tablescape flat-lay.

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