10 Local-Obsessed Chefs On Instagram To Follow Now

Has there ever been a harder list to curate? We think not! Chefs have flooded Instagram with beautiful images of food, ingredients and the teams who make them happen. Every time we open the app, we’re given another dose of deliciousness.

So, with that — here are the folks we think you should be following right now.


 

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Chef Jason Bangerter, Langdon Hall

A master of #theartofplating, Chef Bangerter’s feed is full of foraged things and his adventures at Langdon Hall. Follow him for his travels and gorgeous gastronomy. 


 

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Chef Shaun Edmonstone, Bruce Wine Bar

Chef Edmunstone doesn’t take himself too seriously, which is refreshing. Follow him for a glimpse into the food scene in Grey County.


 

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Chef Cynthia Peters, From the Farm Cooking School

Chef Peters’ feed is chock-full of local food and stunning dishes.  Follow her for seasonal produce inspiration, trips to the market, and some serious #VeggieEnvy.

 

 

Roasted #beets #leeks salad on standby for @crosswindfarm1 #feta + aged #balsamic One of my fav #summersalads #countyup A photo posted by Cynthia Peters (@fromthefarmchef) on


 

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Chef Steffen Marin, Heirloom Food Truck

Chef Marin posts loads of beautiful, high contrast photos of giant sandwiches — need we say more? #HungryNow

 

A photo posted by Steffen Marin (@chefmarin) on


 

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Chef Ricky Casipe, Hawthorne Food & Drink

Chef Casipe’s feed is a mish-mash of beautifully plated dishes, family fun time, and prep shenanigans. Follow him for the free smiles and kitchen antics. 


 

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 Chef Julia Graham, The Quirky Carrot

Chef Graham’s feed features her devoted staff and beautifully crafted menu items. Follow her to see what the Quirky Carrot’s cooking up next (or stop by in person for the chance to be a #menumodel!).


 

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Chef Stephanie Brewster, GM and Culinary Director at the Royal Botanical Gardens

Chef Brewster’s feed is bursting with vibrant food.  Follow her for RBG menu sneak peaks, food experiments, and all those colours!


 

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Chef Albert Ponzo, Le SA�lect Bistro

Chef Ponzo’s feed is a great mix culinary adventures, events, and Le SA�lect plates.  Follow him to learn more about the industry’s movers n’ shakers, and Ontario #local food events.

 

My buddy – almost time to flip #Napa #heritagefire #cochon @cochon555 .. Good to see @soberalain in the crowd A photo posted by albertponzo (@albertponzo) on


 

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Cait Vail, Cait’s CafA�

Cait’s feed is a great behind the scenes glimpse at running a business, menu prep, and being a real #ladyboss. Follow her for delicious pastry pics and all things cafA�.

 

Cait’s after dark #girlboss #caitscafe #afterdark #darkhorseestate #wine A photo posted by Cait’s Cafe (@caitscafe) on


 

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Agatha Podgorski, Culinary Tourism Alliance

Okay, so Agatha isn’t a Chef…  but she works tirelessly as our Community Manager and has a background in Toronto kitchens.  She runs our drool-worthy instagram account.  Follow her for even more Ontario #goodeats — and adorable snaps of her pizza-loving bernese mountain dog, Dany! 

 

Brought a little big of Grey back to the city with me — Smoked Kolapore Trout! #FallColourTour #VisitGrey #LoveONTfood A photo posted by Agatha Podgorski (@agapod) on


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