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5 Foodie Instagrams to Follow for a Delicious Feed

The Editors | July 25, 2019 | Food & Drink


Hammond's Gourmet Ice Cream's Instagram feed is a candy-colored dream.

@wayfarer_bread For close-ups of meticulously laminated chocolate croissants, crusty baguettes and kaleidoscopic seasonal salads (beets, fava beans, grapefruit!), Wayfarer Bread’s got you covered. Tune in for seasonal offerings and a recurring pizza night.

@lifeandfood The duo behind food excursion company Club Tengo Hambre reserve their honey-filtered Instagram feed for well-appointed spaces: cozy restaurant interiors, designer bars, trendy coffee shops and patios with stunning seascapes. In between, find hearty plates and cool sips from Tijuana, Valle de Guadalupe and more.

@aschbrenner_acres This family-run farm snaps seasonal greens, veggie and fruit photos in natural light. To name a few: Rows of romaine, dainty French breakfast radishes, an explosion of mint—all plucked straight from Encinitas soil. For fun: Scroll far enough and spot the collage of “dancing” carrots.

@hammondsicecream Think artfully composed arrangements with vibrantly hued scoops of the sweet stuff reminiscent of carefree childhood summers by the pool. The darling ice cream scoop artwork that adorns the wall—and plays backdrop for some of the photos—is worth the scroll.

@davinwaite The Wrench and Rodent chef’s Instagram game is strong, showcasing his picture-perfect culinary creations. While most of the feed is dedicated to the artfully construed sushi, true foodies will love the videos of farm visits ripe with the day’s colorful bounty.


Photography by: Brianne cline