30th Jun 2017
Instagram is one of our go-to sources for kitchen inspiration and what better an activity while you while away the last few hours at your desk on this Friday afternoon’than salivating over some gorgeous shots of seriously tempting dishes.
Designer and author of a forthcoming cookbook, James’ feed is a visual feast, expect travel shots, interiors inspo and beautiful imagery of her own recipes.
Food writer, photographer and columnist, Lilly Higgins’ Insta account has a gorgeous mix of colourful,?often Eastern-influenced dishes made with the freshest ingredients and also tantalising insights into her idyllic?country?life.
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The food may be virtuous but the humour?is anything but. This best-selling author gives good caption and the snaps make the refined sugar-free thing seem like no hardship at all.
Our absolute fave vintage babe on Instagram, Hearne-Smith is the domestic goddess behind the brilliant books, No-Bake Baking and The No-Cook Cookbook and you may recognise her from RT?’s Today Show. Her feed is a mix of gorgeous retro styling and divine nosh.
THE KIND OF ICE CREAM DREAMS ARE MADE OF If you fancy having a lick of this baby then come along to my @tasteofdublin17 demo tomorrow at 3.30pm at the Taste Theatre. I’ll also be revealing all about behind the scenes of TV cookery shows & cookbooks in my ‘food for thought’ talk at 1pm. Who’s on for Snicker’s Ice Cream Cake?! Photo @donalskehan
Founded by William Murray and social media star, James Kavanagh, the Currabinny insta feed is a lovely mix of dishes devised by the dapper duo and styling tips from the gorgeous events the couple stage.
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