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Insta Files Friday: The Most Delicious Foodie ‘Grammers


by nylon

At the end of the work week, the one thing we look forward to most is weekend brunch. Not all of us can physically make it to our favorite brunch spots because we struggle to get out of our beds so early, but we have a secret source of motivation that will solve all your problems—this batch of amazing food bloggers! These 10 women come from all over the country (and the world) and give us serious FOMO with their foodstagram pictures. If you want a taste of what they all have to offer, flip through the gallery, above!

Photo: via @theserenagoh.


New York City-based food and lifestyle blogger Serena’s feed is a grade-A lesson in curation. Everything she posts—be it a brunch shot, flower snap, or outfit post—is put through her unique and timeless filter. Though her aesthetic thrives on food shots, we’re loving what she does with fashion. Macy’s Bar III agrees, too. She’s #settingthebar and finding beauty in the most unexpected places.

Photo via @mollyyeh.


This farmer has the ultimate food adventures on the North Dakota-Minnesota border. From breakfast and lunch to dinner and dessert, she's got your plate covered. (Literally.) Who would have thought that living on a farm could be the key to paradise?

Photo via @emilyblincoe.


This Austin/Nashville based photographer takes playing with food to another level with her perfectly placed detail shots. In addition to all of the colorful images of food ingredients, she also documents her outdoor surroundings like the adorable furry creatures that cross her path. Taking a walk in her shoes makes you feel like you didn't stay inside, on your phone all day.

Photo via @witanddelight_.


Kate Arends is more of a breakfast eater, but she always reminds us that no day is complete without a cup of coffee! Based in Minneapolis, this branding consultant gives you a glimpse of her Midwestern life with her husband and their adorable labrador, Winnie Bear. If you seek a calm feed, she'll definitely make you full.

Photo via @sugarandcloth.


Ashley Rose has one of the most colorful lives we've ever seen, and all of her recipes are super yummy. Based in Houston, Texas, she does everything DIY from her studio and workshop. From drinks and snacks to decorations, this blogger has it all covered! We would love to go on a weekend getaway with Sugar & Cloth, every day looks like so much fun!

Photo via @abeautifulmess.


Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman are the ultimate dynamic sister duo with an assortment of fresh, homemade recipes and crafts. Their page will become your daily dose of inspiration with all of its Midwestern charm. The main focus of their personal brand is to create happiness every day through a homemade lifestyle.

Photo via @bonnietsang.


Bonnie Tsang is an editorial and commercial photographer with a focus on interiors, portraits, travel, and food, so you know that her channel is an absoltue dream. She reminds us that there's a reason Los Angeles is known as the City of Angels with her heavenly snapshots of what seems like a blissful existence.

Photo via @_samhillman.


Samantha Hillman is a New Yorker that never skips out on a meal. If brunching was a sport, she would be in the Olympics. After scrolling through her feed, you'll find yourself wishing that you were her friend so she could invite you to all of her outings. Cheers!

Photo via @sliceofpai.


Joanna Pai is a photographer based between Vancouver and Paris. Her account literally gives us a taste of the world, making us hungry for more travel. In other words, she's a professional foodie—this is what she does for a living! (What a wonderful life.) She also co-founded a collaborative food and lifestyle magazine called Acornmag.

Photo via @pancakestacker.

Chandamheer Stacker serves us her signature style with her favorite food dishes on the side. All of her close-up shots of what she's about to bite into torture us, because we feel like we're supposed to be on the other side of the frame. Thankfully, she also gives us healthy options so we don't over-indulge.