Most likely you already have a string of Instagram food accounts that you get inspiration from. But there are also plenty of accounts with food inspiration in the broadest sense of the word. Of course we are not afraid to share our favorites with you.
6 x Instagram accounts for food inspiration
From bread installations to retro cookbooks: this inspiration (and Culy’s of course…) will keep you busy for a while.
1. Bread, bread and bread
The account where bread is elevated to an art form. From recipes and experiments to dazzling works of art made entirely of bread. If bread heaven exists, Bread on Earth is the way to it.
2. Fashion to eat
Canadian photographer/artist Gab Bois replaces a well-known item with surprising (food-related) ingredients. The result? A completely innovative image or item that we have never seen before. Sounds cryptic, doesn’t it (A shoe made of lettuce! A sweater made of acid mats!) By the way, business is going well and she is doing this on behalf of Nike and Marc Jacobs, among others.
3. Fruit still lifes
We know that fruit is healthy. But the Fruit Assembly account proves that it can also be incredibly beautiful . The endless series of still lifes and other colorful images ensures that we are immediately inspired. And getting in the mood for fruit, that should be obvious. A favorite when it comes to food inspiration on Instagram.
4. Food from the 70s
A great name for an Instagram account that also matches its content. Because you want to be at this 70s Dinner Party . Cookbooks, appetizers, or names of snacks like eggplant helicopter and a whimsical watermelon whale : we never want to go back to the 70s. The dose of Instagram food inspiration we didn’t know we needed.
5. Food on the silver screen
Coffee and cake in Taxi Driver, Julia Roberts’ breakfast in Pretty Woman, or pizzas from Back to the Future. Film Foods collects iconic and less iconic food scenes over the years. You will undoubtedly have noticed some dishes, others will amaze you: what a work for such a short fragment.
6. History Eats
At the Culy editors we are always very curious about the story behind a dish or ingredient. Like the paté en croûte , for example, or the story behind the Neapolitan pizza . It is therefore not surprising that History Eats is on this list. This food historian tells (often based on current events) about the history of an ingredient, a tradition or simply mentions a fun fact.
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