10 Foodies to Follow on Instagram
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10 Foodies to Follow on Instagram

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For your daily dose of #foodspo, these are the foodies to follow.

Nowadays no meal can be devoured without a bit of food photography – influencer or not. It’s no longer just about taste, it’s about how well the dishes might sit on the ‘gram, and whether the recipe has what it takes to go the distance (or go viral on TikTok). If you’re scrambling for some meal inspiration or simply like looking at pictures of food (who doesn’t?), tuck into these foodies’ tantalising feeds.

10 Foodies to Follow on Instagram


Follow for: indulgent, (and often unthought of) wholesome dishes pulled together in Nina’s insta-worthy marble and green kitchen – plus some seriously tasty reels.


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Nina Parker’s Roast Pepper Sauce, Pangrattato Pasta


Follow for: delicious and nutritious recipes (think vibrant summer salads and health-giving treats), plus tips on how to minimise food waste and grow your own veggie garden.

Melissa Hemsley’s Mushroom Recipes


Follow for: a profile that reads like a long – and enviable – holiday with a little (nay, a lot) of food thrown in.


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Follow for: hearty plant-based recipes and a dose of wellness inspiration direct from the renowned food writer and entrepreneur herself.


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Follow for: beautiful food photography and vegetarian dishes that taste as good as they look, from roast rainbow carrots to cherry, lemon and almond cobbler.


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Follow for: a nutritionist and doctor’s guide to eating well, and a whole host of simple yet nourishing recipes, including a healthy twist on choc chip cookie sandwiches. Delish!


Follow for: Wicks’ famous ‘lean in 15’-minute recipes (from Thai red turkey burgers to fruit & nut frozen yogurt bark) and plenty of positivity.


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Follow for: eating out inspo, combined with an array of simple at-home recipes and escapist travel imagery. If you’re on the hunt for restaurants to add to your bucket list, look no further.


Follow for: a whole host of tempting recipes from an award-winning food writer (many of which can be found in her Sunday Times column). There’s something to delight all tastebuds.


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Follow for: classic comfort food interpreted with flavoursome veggies. Take her ‘Zac and Cheese’ for example, a wholesome take on the traditional Mac ‘n’ Cheese made with rice penne and a lentil carrot sauce.

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