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10 Drool-Worthy Canadian Food Accounts to Follow on Instagram

After nearly a year of (mostly) cooking at home for ourselves, we could all use a little bit of kitchen inspo these days. At least, in my house, Ive been rotating between the same basic stir fry dishes. Luckily, there are tons of food bloggers, Instagrammers, and TikTokers out there, sharing their recipes and inspiration online. Giving these accounts a follow got me trying new recipes, introduced me to new dishes and reinvigorated my enthusiasm for cooking.Here are 10 Canadian food accounts that will help you get you out of your cooking rut.(Related: Meet 7 Canadian Body-Acceptance Influencers to Follow Now)


If you love Asian food takeout

Follow: @tiffy.cooks, Vancouver, B.C.If youre an Asian food takeout fanatic (guilty as charged), Tiffy Cooks has you covered. Her recipe videos brings takeout classics to life. Though her videos mostly live on her TikTok account, Tiffy Cooks also shares photos of the finished dishes, ingredient lists and written instructions on her Instagram. Some of her recent video series include 21 days of 20-minute dinner series and a 21 days of street food recipe series. If youre new to Asian cooking, Tiffy Cooks also has a blog where she shares tips, tricks and pantry staples youll need.(Related: The Korean Vegan Is the Inspiration I Need This Year)


 

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If you want to learn about Indigenous food and cooking methods

Follow: @cheftawnyabrant, Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, Ont.Aside from serving up Haudenosaunee fusion cuisine at Yawkon Foods (like this Bison bone broth pho), Chef Tawnya Brant aims to share her Indigenous food knowledge and revive traditional foods. Brants Instagram gives insights into the dishes shes developing for Yawkon. And, over on her YouTube channel, Brant explores how food, culture and history intersect by sharing traditional recipes and cooking methods. For example, Brant recently shared a video about the types of fish that were commonly found in the Fort Erie area in 1812, accompanied by a whitefish recipe and a demonstration of smoking and pan-frying techniques.(Related: 5 Awesome Cookbooks to Cure the Kitchen Blues)


 

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If you’re looking for some quick meal inspo

Follow: @allisondaycooks, Dundas, Ont.Allison Day is a recipe developer, food stylist, and cookbook author whose Instagram feed is filled with vibrant images of healthy recipes, perfect for any home chef to tackle. Days recipes, which are also featured on her blog, are great for WFH lunchestheyre healthy, filling and so easy to get on the table.(Related: This Nutrition Expert Is Encouraging You to Eat the Cookie)


 

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If you want to explore food and culture through a Black lens

Follow: @blackfoodie.co, everywhereFounded by Eden Hagos, a Toronto-based food writer, Black Foodie was started with the goal of exploring food through a Black lens. With over 95,000 followers, the Black Foodie Instagram features Black recipes, dining experiences and chefs from around the world. The account also routinely holds Instagram story takeovers, hosted by different chefs and foodies touring their favourite local joints and demonstrating recipes.(Related: Whats the Healthiest Cereal to Buy in Canada?)


 

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If you’re trying to get gourmet at home

Follow: @katherinewants, Barrie, Ont.Chef Randy Feltis (of the Barrie Farmhouse) and his finac Katherine Grace Moore are a charming duo who do just what their bio says: Katherine wants, Randy cooks (though, to be fair, Katherine cooks too). Their feed is filled with videos, all starting with an emphatic bite from Moore before Feltis launches into the recipe. Over footage of chopping, dicing, searing and frying, Feltis delightful voice-over explains exactly how to achieve restaurant-quality food in a home kitchen. One recent highlight: their week-long series of mouth-watering salads, including a feta-forward Greek salad, which I daydream about regularly.(Related: Need Some Fitness Inspo? Here Are 9 Amazing Canadian Women to Follow Now)


 

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If you want cookingandtakeout inspo

Follow: @taraobrady, Niagara Falls, Ont.Tara OBrady is the author of the cookbook Seven Spoons Cookbook and a judge on Iron Chef Canada whose account features mouth-watering pics of OGradys home cooking and recent takeout faves. OBrady also writes a newsletter with recipes like these espresso praline sand dollar cookies.(Related: The Cookbook Everyone Needs for Stress-Free Meals During the Pandemic)


If you want to make Nigerian food

Follow: @9jafoodie, SaskatchewanIf youre a fan of Nigerian food, 9jafoodie is the account for you. Run by Ronke Edoho, a certified Nutrition and Clinical Weight Loss specialist, the account shares gorgeous images of both in-progress and finished dishes. My recipes are rooted in tradition and often presented with a little modern flare, Edoho writes on her blog, where her recipes can be found. Edoho also shares video recipes on IGTV, complete with ingredients, measurements and demonstration of technique.(Related: Healthy Store-Bought Snacks to Keep On-Hand When Working From Home)


 

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If you’re a baked goods fanatic

Follow: @cococakeland, Vancouver, B.C.For home bakers (both semi-professional and aspiring), Lyndsay Sungs account is a must-follow. Sungs Instagram shows off her colourful and creative cake decorations, from a delicately frosted cactus cake to a mesmerizing meringue flower cake. Her blog also features excellent cake decorating tutorials, so that you too can achieve confection perfection.(Related: Learn How to Make The Cutest. Cookies. Ever)


If you’re trying to eat more locally

Follow: @aimeebourque, Halifax, N.S.Aime Wimbush-Bourque, the author of The Simple Bites Kitchen, is a fan of eating seasonally and locally. Her Instagram account is full of colourful and healthy dishes that make the most of whats in season. Aside from recipes, Wimbush-Bourque also shares images of her Nova Scotian farmers market hauls and provides insight into what delicious meals shes planning with the ingredients.(Related: (10 Changes You Can Make For a Healthier Home)


 

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If you need to clear out your pantry

Follow: @vijayaselvaraju, Toronto, Ont.Vijaya Selvaraju is a certified cooking pro: shes the cooking expert on the Marilyn Denis Show and Your Morning. Her Instagram is filled with photos and videos showing her takes on various Indian dishes (like these amazing looking Hakka chicken pakoras). Selvaraju also has a great series on her account called Pantry Cook Alongs, where she demonstrates how to use up what shes got in her pantryperfect for lockdown cooking.Next: 7 Amazing Podcasts to Shake Up Your Quar-Routine

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