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When we’re not making the flakiest pie crust ever, we’re shoving that pie in our faces. And, okay, when we’re not doing either of those things, we’re tweeting about it. If you don’t follow us at @bonappetit, give us a like—we have snacks. And while you’re at it, check out our favorite food accounts. These Tweeters keep us in the know about all things culinary, and definitely keep us hungry.
Crepes for breakfast, lunch and dinner http://t.co/Zl7X8ve8Zp
— NYT Food (@nytfood) May 28, 2015
The New York Times Dining section is now the Food section, and they’re looking (and tweeting) fresher than ever.
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) May 28, 2015
Impressively good, and crazy juicy, burger at @RootDownDEN during a layover at DIA just now. Airport eating not so shabby these days.
— Adam Rapoport (@rapo4) May 25, 2015
Call us biased (we are), but our editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport’s feed is an awesome mix of style, dinner inspiration, industry news, and killer pictures.
— Samin Nosrat (@CiaoSamin) May 25, 2015
Samin Nosrat, the food writer and author of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, inspires us to be better, more creative, and veggie-friendly cooks (with a hashtag like #SaladMonth, how can we not be motivated to eat our greens?).
Just emulsified some cheddar cheese into my garlic-anchovy-cauliflower pasta along with the butter and I highly recommend it.
— Francis Lam (@Francis_Lam) May 27, 2015
New York Times columnist, cookbook editor, and all-around good guy Francis Lam is constantly making us laugh on Twitter. Plus, anyone who advocates cheddar cheese in a garlic-anchovy pasta sauce is okay in our book.
— epicurious (@epicurious) May 28, 2015
Smart tips for home cooks, weeknight dinner ideas, and perfectly-timed morning breakfast inspiration: We can’t think of a more helpful account than Epi.
— Ludo Lefebvre (@chefludo) May 16, 2015
— Dan Barber (@DanBarber) May 18, 2015
Blue Hill‘s chef and owner, plus the author of The Third Plate, Dan Barber is a must-follow for anyone interested in seasonal eating and local agriculture. It’s worth a follow just for the cute cow pictures.
— SHAKE SHACK (@shakeshack) May 11, 2015
Burgers. Fries. All. The. Time. Plus, we love how engaged they are with their fans. Tweet them—they tweet back!
— Ottolenghi (@ottolenghi) May 20, 2015
HULK EAT!! pic.twitter.com/kcvDe5BsSz
— Big Gay Ice Cream (@biggayicecream) May 24, 2015
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