12th May 2015
Sick of seeing the same brunches on your Instagram feed? We found five Irish foodie ‘grammers whose social media feeds will make you hungry with immediate effect.
Jette Virdi is a food stylist beloved by our sister publications IMAGE Interiors & Living and BASH, and for good reason. Jette travels the UK and Ireland as part of her job and has worked with some of the most impressive clients in the business. Follow her for stunning table shots, a celebration of the Irish food industry, and insights into her own kitchen. Tasty as. (Blueberry pancakes are always the money shot.)
Blacksheep Foods is a Maynooth-based food business whose Instagram will make you drool. Blacksheep use locally sourced and organic ingredients to create hearty cuisine that fills you up, as well as makes you feel good. We interviewed Lydia and Julianne of Blacksheep Foods a few weeks ago about their start-up catering business – check it out here. How good do these apricot, raspberry, beet leaves and coconut donuts look?
You can’t beat a good doughnut! Apricot, raspberry, beet leaves and coconut! #doughnuts #breakfast #glutenfree#dairyfree #vegan #nutritious #baking #dublinfood #blacksheepfoods #2chicks1kitchen
A photo posted by [email protected] (@blacksheepfoods) on Apr 30, 2015 at 12:02am PDT
Have you ever dreamed of handing in your notice and going back to school to train as a chef? Cheffy Nicola‘s Instagram might encourage you to follow through on such ambitions. This trainee chef offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at what it is like to slave over a kitchen worktop and come out the other side with perfect confectionery creations. Salted caramel macaroons anyone?
Ellen Lunney was in the running for Best Food Blog at last year’s IMAGE.ie Blog Awards, and ever since we’ve fantasised about sitting down to a Sunday roast in her house. Ellen’s Instagram is beautifully curated and will inspire you to set aside Saturday mornings for baking.
A photo posted by @ellenlunney on Apr 22, 2015 at 3:16am PDT
Regular readers of the site are more than familiar with Indy Power of The Little Green Spoon, one of the country’s leading clean eating food blogs. Her Instagram is just as appetising. Check out some of her videos while you’re here.
~ New YouTube Video ~ This is my Coconut Quinoa Granola from the video and you could be eating it in half an hour!! Served here with @coyo_uk and berries Gluten Free, Dairy Free & Vegan. Video link in my bio and full recipe on www.thelittlegreenspoon.com. #thelittlegreenspoon #glutenfree #dairyfree #vegan #granola #coconut #quinoa #realfood #healthyfoodporn #eatclean #cleaneats #cleaneating #healthy #healthyfood #cheatclean #cleanfood #healthyeating #eatforabs #fitfood #fitness #guiltfree #healthyfood
Follow Jeanne Sutton on Twitter @jeannedesutun
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