The internet is packed with the fascinating work of great food bloggers. But if you don’t know where to start, here are 8 that won’t disappoint you – no matter your cravings.

Joy the Baker


Joy Wilson is a self-taught baker, who turned professional, and later went on to become a food photographer and cook book author. She lives in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana, and she’s inspired by the locals and the culture there. Joy’s baked goods will make you want to lick your computer screen!

Copy what the bloggers do best – make your breakfast buffet instagrammable!

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This blog will show you exactly how aesthetic a breakfast can be – especially if you try to create two almost identical dishes. The man behind the inspiration, Michael Zee, stumbled upon this by accident, once he posted a picture on Instagram of two almost symmetrically served dishes, which became a hit.


David Lebovitz

david-lebovitzHaving been a professional cook and baker most of his life, he started his blog in 1999 – before the word ’blog’ even existed. A site he intended as a place to share recipes and stories. And even though this blog is a classic, it’s still makes you want to take a bite of it all.


Gimme Some Oven

Gimme-Some-OvenCheck out the bright and colourful posts by Ali Ebright, who in 2009 started sharing pictures of easy, tasty, and healthy dishes from her kitchen in Kansas City. Also, might we add, the Blues Brothers reference itself makes us want to send Ali a basket full of our finest products. Well done, Ali.


Cooking Classy


If you are up for a nice balance of sweet and savoury concoctions this Instagram profile by Jaclyn Bell, a self-taught cook, will make your mouth water. She originally posted pictures of the dishes she cooked for her family – after being inspired by other people doing the same thing.


Cookie and Kate


Check out this blog if you are into wholefood and vegetarian recipes. Kathryne Taylor is doing the cooking and her dog Cookie is eating the crumbs. Caring a lot about food-policy and nutrition she has actively chosen not to cook meat. Judging from her pictures it doesn’t seem to be missing either.




The roots are easily spotted in the dishes made by the Israeli-British chef Yotam Ottolenghi, cook book author, restaurant owner and column writer for the Guardian. Check out his blog where he generously shares a lot of his tasty artwork.



Foodie Crush


Heidi Larsen, based in Salt Lake City, started her virtual food buffet in 2011 featuring a combo of her own amazing recipes, along with her favourite food bloggers. Check it out if you want to follow some of the most innovative food bloggers, their recipes, and photography.


Check out our guide on how to serve your food in a way that your customers simply have to get out their mobile phone to share it with the rest of the world.

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