December 24, 2013 11:21 AM


It may be the Year of the Selfie, but for the food-obsessed, social media exists only to share adventures in eating. From drool-worthy indulgences (birthday cake bathed in caramel) to bizarre brags (sautéed a sea turtle, anyone?) feast your eyes on these foodies’ Instagram feeds. (While you’re at it, follow PEOPLE Great Ideas on Instagram, too.)

Susan Spungen

The food stylist behind Julie & Julia and Eat Pray Love shares cinematic shots of perfect Amsterdam pastries, farmers market veggie hauls and her own stylish Thanksgiving spread. Follow her: @susanspungen


When she’s not steaming up the screen in Beyoncé videos, the top model fires up the burner on her cooking show for Jay Z’s site Life+Times. Her own feed—which features Clams Linguini, Jalapeño Margaritas and Chicken and Waffles intermingling with glam runway and duck lip pics—is equally tempting. Follow her: @officialjdunn


Come for the close-ups of Jerry snacking during Sunday football. Stay for the guilt-free glory shots of Fried Pasta Pie and chocolate-dipped donuts from the author of The Can’t Cook Cookbook. Follow her: @jessseinfeld


The celeb party planner (she’s thrown events for Bradley Cooper and Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop) is also the queen of the mini meal. Check out her single-serving Funghi and Taleggio Pizza, French Toast Bread Pudding, deconstructed fig-topped Crème Brulee and regular shout-outs to business partner, Mario Batali. Follow her: @mary_giuliani


Not only does the Top Chef judge provide tantalizing photos of, say, a Peach Champagne Cocktail or Maple Bourbon Banana Pudding Cake, she also suggests pairings and offers recipes to go with. Follow her: @gailsimmonseats


Linger over light and airy food and family photos, then click on shots of the famous pals—Sienna Miller and Russell Brand among others—who pop into Jamie’s kitchens. Follow him: @jamieoliver


The chef behind N.Y.C. hotspot The Spotted Pig takes followers behind the scenes with unabashed photos of freshly hunted game and pigs hanging from meat hooks. It’s an all-access pass to the kitchen—for those with strong stomachs. Follow her: @aprilbloomfield


The chef behind nearly impossible-to-get-into Momofuku Ko pushes the envelope by showcasing out-there eats like soft-shell turtle (sorry, PETA!), edible flowers and caviar-topped fried chicken. Follow him: @davidchang


Comfort food photos flow from the smartphone of this Chopped judge and Iron Chef. Birthday cake drenched in dripping caramel? Sugar-sprinkled Corn Bread? Yes, please. Follow her: @guarnaschelli


The Cooking Channel’s resident rocker chick loves to eat—almost as much as she loves making followers jealous. Sample quote: “Wild boar pappardelle, and yes that’s burrata in the background. Best hangover lunch ever.” Follow her: @nadiagstar

—Suzanne Zuckerman

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