8 Chefs to Follow on Instagram on Thanksgiving
Follow these chefs for major Turkey Day inspiration.
Published Nov 24, 2016 6:00 AM
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Ah, Thanksgiving. A time for family bonding, football watching, and, you know, scrolling through Instagram when you’ve had enough of your uncle’s bad jokes. Follow these insta-famous chefs whose photogenic Thanksgiving spreads will *probably* taste–or at least look–better than yours.
Christina Tosi, chef, founder, and owner of Milk Bar, knows a thing or two about dessert. We’re huge fans of her funfetti-inspired birthday cakes, but this pumpkin pie cake has us really in the Thanksgiving spirit.
Andrew Carmellini is the mastermind behind New York’s Locanda Verde, Bar Primi, The Dutch, Lafayette, among many other famous locales in the city. If his Thanksgiving table looks anything like this crispy pig dish at Leuca, we’re all in.
Why to follow: A peek inside each of Carmellini’s famed downton NYC kitchens, plus lots and lots of truffles.
(Pst, we also have a sweet tooth for Locanda Verde’s pastry chef, @debracicot.
Chef, food stylist, and Domino contributing editor Camille Becerra posts perfectly pretty (and equally delicious) images to her colorful and quirky Instagram page.
Why to follow: His hummus is insane. Trust us.
Follow Jenner Tomaska, executive chef at Next Restaurant Chicago, for food so perfectly plated, it’s more of a decorative object than a meal.
James Beard-winning Liz Pruiett has a serious hand for pastry baking. She’s the woman behind San Francisco’s beloved Tartine Bakery, and we can’t wait to see what kind of delicious breads and baked goods she’ll be creating this Turkey Day.
Chef John Besh, of New Orleans mainstays Domenica, August, Johnny Sanchez, and others, posts many of his homemade, family-friendly recipes on Instagram. We can’t wait to see what he whips up “on the bayou” for Thanksgiving.