Food Friday: Ten Must-Follow Foodie Instagram Accounts

Posted by Drake, March 04, 2016

Admittedly, this is a not-so-sneaky way for us to shine a spotlight on the delicious feeds from our talented chefs, but we've also included six local foodies who do a great job at whetting our appetites...

@TedCorrado Our Corporate Executive Head Chef will wow you wish dishes you can only get at The Drake Properties! Weโ€™re talking about Snow Crab Omelettes, Moose Ragu Cavatelli, and โ€“ dare we say it โ€“ Wild Newfoundland Blueberry Cremeux. Get the latest food porn and see whatโ€™s cooking in all of our kitchens.

@Suresh Known to most as the pioneer of Toronto's food truck craze, Suresh Doss's colourful feed is much more than that. Follow him for behind-the-scenes footage inside the city's most exclusive culinary events. He'll also take you around the world, be it a bustling Sri Lankan fruit market or 48-hour gastro tour through Paris.

@Amancio_Dossantos Our Drake One Fifty Sous Chef will tickle your palette with an inside look at all the daily specials before they hit the table: Slow-cooked Coppa Tradizionale, Smelt โ€˜n Chips, Potato Tarte-tatin. See it on his feed, then order it for lunch.

@PekoPekoLife Yuki and Lawry dazzle and impress with their hungry hearts and colourful food pics. Showcasing locally made dishes and yummy snacks, these ladies know how to take a photo with grace, style and (of course) the perfect filter.

SPRING TINGS HAPPENING @ #drakedevonshire #drakedev

A photo posted by MatthewDeMille (@matthewdemille) on

@MatthewDeMille Father to Leo and Audrey, Mathew DeMille is also Chef at The Drake Devonshire Inn. Expect cutie-pie kid pics mixed with tabletops that show off all the sumptuous dishes on offer at our lakeside country inn. You may just be inspired to take a spontaneous road trip to picturesque Prince Edward County, or trade city life for country living altogether!

Chinese charcuterie for the #drakeonefifty Chinese new year pop up! @thedrakehotel

A photo posted by Anthony Law ( on Beyond the cutting board and stovetop at Drake One Fifty, Chef Tony Law also snaps when he travels. He recently went to La Belle Province to meet the Montreal chefs taking over The Drake. (You definitely want in on this.)

Starting off our last full day with coffee, latte and croissant

A photo posted by Monica Lee & Clara Lau (@foodsisterhood) on

@TheFoodSisterhood The Food Sisterhood was among the first to hit the scene at the start of Toronto's food craze movement, with beautiful photos, thoughtful reviews and highlights from the latest restaurant openings.

Live, love, eat โœŒ๐Ÿป๏ธ #basilbox

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@Petite.Cow If you want a lesson on how to snap the most gorgeous birdโ€™s-eye view pics of a table setting, better follow Rosemary of @PetiteCow.

@TOFoodies Danielle started snapping pics of meals she enjoyed and now has nearly 50,000 followers. The opposite of food snobbery, her feed honours the joy of eating, be it a donut or a ten-course supper.

@foodiva Anna is the woman behind Torontoโ€™s prettiest foodie Instagram account. 'Nuff said.

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