While social media is overflowing with countless images of incredible plates of food and brilliant recipe recommendations,
it can be difficult to know which food bloggers are actually worth following. We’ve searched high and low to bring you our
pick of up-and-coming food bloggers who are shaking things up online.
Writer Meg Abbott and photographer Issy Croker’s created their website, The Curious Pear, to share inspiring stories about
the world’s most talented chefs, cooks and bakers. It struck them that not enough light was shone on the people behind the
food we eat. They cover everything from insightful food features, travel tales, restaurant reviews, interviews with celebrities
and tantalisingly tempting recipes, this is a food blog you can get lost in.
MacKenzie Smith — a professional chef, food stylist, and founder of The Grilled Cheese Social, created her site to not only to
share her own concoctions but also to document inspirational dishes, share new food discoveries and trends, and showcase
the most delicious dishes exciting restaurants she could find during her travels.
Cheese lovers, this is the Insta-destination for you. Her creations are all super-gooey, super-oozy, and super…well…cheesy.
Should you not be a fan of the grilled cheese sandwich (gasp!), @grilledcheesesocial is also filled with delicious dishes
that will leave you feeling hungry. Warning: Do not browse this account on an empty stomach.
Gluten-free food doesn’t always seem to be the most appealing, but 23-year-old Melbourne-based Georgia McDermott
makes it look like a total breeze. As a food lover, Georgia began documenting her foodie tales to help tackle a number
of digestive issues that had been plaguing her for years. Her blog is a wistful collection of delectable recipes, mouth-
watering images and inspiring tips for fellow sufferers.
We recommend trying her gluten free cherry and strawberry Galette. It’s a winner whether you’re gluten free or not.