By Anna Kocharian

Published on June 23, 2016

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Photography by @TARTINEGOURMANDE

@tartinegourmande

Food writer, stylist, and photographer Béatrice Peltre of La Tartine Gourmande may be based in Boston, but there’s no denying her strong connection to French cuisine. Born and raised in the French countryside, it’s easy to see the drive and inspiration of Peltre’s culinary adventures. Peltre’s feed features a nonstop flow of rolling country hills, bucolic moments, and (of course) time-tested recipes in the most beautiful of colors.

Recipes to Try

Smoked Salmon, Spinach, and Zucchini Tart
Radish Leaf Soup
Quinoa Salad with Fava Beans, Asparagus, and Orange

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Photography by ODDUR THORISSON

@mimithor

Blogger-turned-author Mimi Thorisson of Manger, grew up frequenting the bistros of Paris. Summers spent in the south of France with her grandmother was a driving force in her love for French cuisine. Today, Thorisson resides in the French countryside with her too-cute-for-words family (plus a handful of four-legged friends!), spending her days developing the most inspired culinary creations.

Recipes to Try

Velouté of Cauliflower with Cantal
Butternut Pancakes with Sage Beurre Noisette
Filet Mignon with Chasselas Grapes

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Photography by @ GOUTDFOOD

@goutdfood

Digital influencer Delphine, knows a thing or two about French cuisine. Heading up PR for Laduree, the chic globetrotter fills her feed with graphic shots of sweets, travel, and so much more! We are following for the latest insight on the best food spots, recipes, and plenty of stunning dessert snaps.

Recipes to Try

Eggs Poached in Champagne
Pizza Tutti Frutti
Explosive Chouquettes

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Photography by @CLOTILDENET

@clotildenet

Food blogger and author Clotilde Dusoulier of Chocolate and Zucchini, gives us a glimpse inside her Parisian kitchen, filled with fresh ingredients and the most unique combination of flavors and tastes. With no shortage of colors and delectable eats, this is one feed you won’t want to miss!

Recipes to Try

Caramelized Apple Tart
Sourdough Baguettes
Everything Seasoning Flatbreads

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Photography by LIKEASTRAWBERRYMILK

@fannycacahuete

French pastry chef Fanny Zanotti knows a thing or two about making dessert. The now Sweden-based blogger of Like Strawberry Milk, born in the south of France, boasts a rather impressive repertoire of experiences including an apprenticeship at Pâtisserie Lac. With a seemingly never-ending stream of beautifully styled desserts, it’s no surprise we had to include Zanotti on our list!

Recipes to Try

Peach Macarons
Burnt Honey, Vanilla, and Parsnip Ice Cream
Lemon Meringue Tart

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Photography by @ FRENCHCUISSE

@frenchcuisse

We would essentially consider @frenchcuisse’s feed to be one of the more inspired ones we have seen in awhile. Streamlined, clean, and simply perfect, William Matthew Valle’s approach to French cuisine is stripped of the superfluous and entirely focused on the ingredients themselves. What is more French than that?

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Photography by @PASTRYAFFAIR

@pastryaffair

Kristin Rosenau’s honest approach to food is inspiring, to say the least. The baker and photographer (who doubles as a high school science teacher!) began her blog, Pastry Affair, as a channel to connect with the typical home baker. Follow along for delicious eats, easy-to-follow recipes, and plenty of tips and tricks!

Recipes to Try

Cranberry White Chocolate Tart
Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Banana Bread
Hazelnut Cherry Granola With Chocolate Coconut Bites

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Photography by @CANNELLEVANILLE

@cannellevanille

Foodie Aran Goyoaga – who also happens to double as a freelance food writer, stylist, and photographer – began her blog Cannelle Et Vanille as a tribute to the smells and tastes of her early childhood. Her beautifully curated feed featuring fresh produce, florals, and snapshots of life in the countryside is too perfect to miss!

Recipes to Try

Homemade Crème Fraîche for a Cheese and Fig Cup
Summer Tartines with Ricotta and Prosciutto
Ivory Lentil Salad, Strawberries and Buttermilk

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Photography by HELENEDUJARDINPHOTO

@helenedujardin

French expat Helene Dujardin made her way to the states in the early 90s to study history, and has yet to leave. The food and lifestyle photographer, who now resides in Charleston, spends her days cooking up a storm for her blog, Tartelette, and teasing us with her stunningly captivating shots.

Recipes to Try

Ollalieberry Financiers & Toasted Coconut Ice Cream
Orange and Pastis Braised Baby Fennel
Shrimp and Whipped Goat Cheese Vols au Vent

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Photography by @LE_GRUMEAU

@le_grumeau

Alice Ngo of Le Grumeau is a Parisian with a penchant for food and a seriously good eye for spotting the best in town. We’re in constant awe over her endless feed of treats, which always have our mouths watering. Following along for an insider glimpse of authentic French living.

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Photography by @ PARISCHEZSHARON

@parischezsharon

There is nothing quite like sweets in Paris. Walk into any number of patisseries and you will be faced with rows of immaculately designed desserts and confections. Sharon’s take on Paris’s sweet scene leaves much to be desired yet completely fulfills every one of our daydreams.

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Photography by @THECOOKBOOKLIFE

@thecookbooklife

Nikita of The Cookbook Life takes on a range of delectable French recipes with a number of worldly twists. All the while presenting her creations in a stunning array of snapshots we can’t help but fawn over. You won’t want to miss this!

Recipes to Try

Coq au Vin Blanc
Dark Chocolate and Sea Salt Truffles
St. Clements Bundt Cake

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Photography by @BROMABAKERY

@bromabakery

Sarah Fennel of Broma Bakery knows how to take a good picture. We are completely infatuated with Fennel’s feed, and not just for the food! The avid traveler takes us along her inspired trips to exotic locations across the globe, all the while reigning in on her one true love: food. This is the one to watch.