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The 8 Best TikTok Food Accounts You Need To Follow For Recipes

TikTok is changing the cooking game for people everywhere. These one-minute, easy-to-follow videos are inspiring people of all ages to try different recipes, experiment with new flavors, and sometimes, just *attempt* cooking, even if they’re afraid of it. While the popularity of ~food TikTok~ definitely skyrocketed during quarantine, it’s also a fandom that’s here to stay.

From Dalgona whipped coffee to the foldable sandwich to the famous one-pan feta pasta, there are always viral recipes popping up on TikTok thanks to its plethora of talented food creators. (Plus all the people who share their re-creations with their own followers.) And

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The special recipes from Mum that inspired top chefs to follow their dreams

“I grew up in the south of Ukraine, in a small town about an hour from Crimea. Mum’s cooking was really varied – day-to-day it was traditional Ukranian food, but when we got our first cookbook in the ’90s, translated from a Canadian chef, she started expanding her repertoire with coq au vin and other things.

“I never took much interest in food as a child or a teenager. It was when I was an adult that I realised what an amazing source of skill and knowledge my whole family is, but especially my mum. She knew so many recipes

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8 regional Indian food blogs by moms that you need to follow for kid-friendly recipe ideas

Experts believe that one of the best ways to develop your child’s taste buds, is to feed them a diverse variety of foods from the word go. Today, baby food is no longer restricted to fruit pulp and cereal porridge and has moved to become Instagram-friendly platters that are as colourful as they are healthy. These food blogging mommys pick the best of their Indian regional cuisine, along with several international ideas and present children-friendly recipes.

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In a bid to pass on everything she learnt from her mother, mom-in-law, mashis-pishis, kakimas-jethimas to her two daughters, Sandeepa Datta

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30 Black Chefs And Foodies You Should Follow On Instagram

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Instagram is such a treasure trove of food content that it could put The Food Network, The Cooking Channel, and Pinterest out of business. Whether you’re looking for paleo recipes, vegan eats, or just plain comfort food, there’s an account out there that suits your distinct ~culinary needs~ to a T.

Whatever corner of the foodie world you find yourself in, though, it’s important to make sure you’re diversifying your feed. Food is a complex, emotional thing—so if all of the chefs and recipe pros you follow look the same or come

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Follow these Charlotte, NC, food bloggers for recipes

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Charlotte food blogger Jess Bentley’s cabbage lasagna.

If you’re tired of looking at your kitchen at this point in the COVID-19 pandemic, maybe we can help. Making home cooked meals from scratch is a great way to stick to your healthy new year’s resolutions while keeping your immune system strong.

Taking a break from pre-packaged foods and takeout delivery services by whipping up something new in the kitchen can also help you save money, expand your culinary horizons and pass the time at home in a fun new way.

Anyone else fresh out of ideas for new dishes?

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Top influencers and bloggers to follow

Are you hungry for some new takeout options in metro Phoenix? Just look to Instagram accounts run by local influencers dedicated to posting mouthwatering photos and videos of their culinary outings.

Some of the people behind these accounts, such as Sidney Pearce of @holdyourfork, are self-described local business “cheerleaders” and help connect restaurants across the Valley with new customers by sharing appetizing images of their dishes. Oftentimes, this is done in exchange for payment or free food.

Some influencers support the industry in other ways. Longtime Phoenix food blogger Diana Brandt, the creator of @azfoodie, has used her

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