We love Instagram — that’s no secret.
Recently, we’ve shared our favorite photo snapping farmers, mongers and bread bakers — but we thought we’d take a minute to celebrate our favorite local food lovers on Instagram. These are the folks who aren’t necessarily makers (though some are!) but they sure know how to show Ontario food some love.
They’re the accounts we go to for inspiration on the regular. We think you will too! Give them a follow and fill your feed with a little more Ontario.
1 : TheLocalsKitchen
We love Kyla Pennie’s Niagara food and drink adventures — not to mention her stunning farmhouse kitchen!
This is a great feed for those looking for roadtrip ideas in and around the GTA — which is everyone, right?!
3 : NiagaraParks
From greenhouses to stunning vistas, it’s easy to be inspired while scrolling through this green, leafy feed.
Another great aggregator of Ontario roadtrip ideas — this is the official account of Ontario Tourism.
5 : TerroirTalk
With the Symposium fast approaching, this is a great feed for industry inspiration and getting a behind the scenes look at some of Toronto’s best restaurants. Hint: we’ll be taking it over for a Tuesday in April!
6 : Jenna_Rose_
Has there ever been a more enviable life? Follow Jenna Rose as she explores The County and shares her handmade creations.
7 : StratfordChefsSchool
We love the insiders look this account provides to being in culinary school!
8 : EatingNiagara
Tiffany Mayer shares her Ontario discoveries, with a heavy focus on Niagara, through bright and beautiful photo feed.
9 : GalleryViolette
This beautiful feed dedicated to snaps of Kingston and The County has us wanting to jump in our cars with every post.
10 : aplaceforfood
Want an inside look at Community Food Centres Canada, the chefs that support them and the events that bring people together? This one’s for you!
Love Ontario food? Hashtag your creations, concoctions and discoveries with #loveONTfood. It’s a great feed for those looking to discover new ways to incorporate more locally grown and raised food into their diet.