5 People You Need to Follow on Twitter if You Love Food
Alton Brown. Got a question about food? Tweet at Alton Brown and you may just get your answers back in drawing form.
Eric Ripert. Not only will you always know what gorgeous and mouthwatering dishes are on the menu at Le Bernardin, but you’ll get to see what a day in the life of a world-famous chef is like. Ripert posts pictures of everything from the morning fog outside of his New York City window to a breakfast from his travels in Japan.
Grant Achatz. Follow James Beard Award-winning, molecular gastronomy pioneering chef Grant Achatz of Alinea and try and soak up some of his genius.
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Mario Batali. Possibly the most enthusiastic person on Twitter, Mario Batali holds Twitter Q&A sessions and emphasizes everything with a "Wheeee!" to let you know he's really digging it.
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Ruth Reichl. Food writer Ruth Reichl brings you along on her mouth-watering culinary journeys via Twitter, but more importantly, she writes in amazing haiku-style prose that you'll become strangely addicted to.
Julie Ruggirello is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Though not as exciting as the previously mentioned, you can follow her on Twitter @TDMRecipeEditor.