Last August we featured 15 Foodie Instagram Feeds You Don't Know But Should (and you should check them all out - they're all still follow worthy!). The criteria was that they had to have beautiful, food focused feeds with less than 1000 followers. We knew at the time that we could fill that list 3 times over so today, we're featuring 10 more gorgeous instagram food feeds that you may not know about, but should! All of them are beautiful, all of them are under the 1000 follower mark and they are all hidden gems. So... here you go...feast your eyes!
1. Let's Heat It (@letsheatit)
Based out of Montreal, this lovely account features a beautifully curated mix of food and travel images. Let's Heat It features a feed that is so cohesive and flows seamlessly from season to season that not only is each image beautiful in its own right, but the feed as a whole is a joy to scroll through.
2. Beth Dunham (@Stylinfood)
Beth is a professional food photographer and stylist in Halifax and a self-professed lover of all things Italian. So it follows that she should have a feed full of beautiful images. Stylinfood showcases images that celebrate the simple beauty of a single food. Some of the loveliest photos have no food at all... just collages of food props from her treasure hunts. And of course, you get a taste of Beth's love for travel!
3. Renee (@Sweetrevelation)
If sweets are your weakness then Renee from SweetRevelations is a must follow. A former bakeshop owner, Renee's feed is full of delightful and delicious homemade desserts, all beautifully styled and photographed.
4. Flatland Fresh Food (@flatlandfreshfood)
Based out of Winnipeg, this relatively new food blogger focuses her feed on simple, scratch made cooking. On FlatlandFreshFood you'll find lots of photos of easy to make, healthy, delicious dishes you can make at home - from lentil stews to sausage and spinach strata and... cookies!
5. James Michael Seaton (@fromjamestojamie)
James is blogger out of Vancouver who has set himself a goal of blogging his way through 100+ new recipes. And based on the FromJamesToJamie feed, they're all delicious. Every time we see a new post from James, we think to ourselves "we need to make that now!" We're betting you will too!
6. Priya McHugh (@littlekitchenbigworld)
Priya's feed runs the gamut from simple foods to extravagant homemade dishes to eating out and every image is gorgeous. But, we have to admit that our favourites on the LittleKitchenBigWorld feed are the cocktails! Warning: don't go here if you're even remotely hungry!
7. The Sweet and Simple Kitchen (@thesweetandsimplekitchen)
Kristie blogs from Maple Ridge, BC and her Instagram feed is full of soft, pretty images of baked delights and occasionally a cat or two. The Sweet and Simple Kitchen is a lovely little oasis in the heart of Instagram
8. Relish the Bite (@relishthebite)
Suganya is a food blogger out of Montreal who codes by day and blogs by night. RelishTheBite reflects her Indian heritage with traditional Indian dishes as well as western dishes with little bit of spice infused into them! All of them are beautifully styled and photographed.
9. Kacey Joanette (@Kacey_thecookiewriter)
We love Kacey's feed because every time we scroll through it we feel like we could make every single one of her recipes without getting stressed out! There are so many easy to make, family friendly recipe ideas that it's a great place to visit to plan dinner (and dessert!)
10 Katy MacKinnon (@MyDishIsBomb)
We love Katy's feed for the beautifully lit images against moody dark backgrounds. My Dish is Bomb is full of contrasts from dark and light, to colours, to the mix of dishes that range from savoury to decadent desserts.
And of course, don't forget to follow the FBC Instagram Account for more great Canadian food photography talent and to keep up with us! And, if you hashtag your photos #fbcigers for a chance to be featured in our feed!
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