25 Twitters Who Can Cook

Did you ever wish to follow someone who can help you make a mouth watery dish then look no further here we bring you list of 25 people and blogs who are on twitter.
  1. @AndrewZimmern – Andrew is a bit of wandering cook who tours all over the world in search of weird dishes but if you really care you can follow him on twitter to know where he is?
  2. @BFlay – Bobby Flay has hosted seven TV shows on Food Network, including “FoodNation,” “Boy Meets Grill,” “Hot Off the Grill with Bobby Flay,” and “Throwdown.” He’s also an Iron Chef on “Iron Chef America.”
  3. @CatCora – Cat Cora is a professional chef best known for being an “Iron Chef” on the Food Network TV show “Iron Chef America.” She’s also the author of two cookbooks, “Cat Cora’s Kitchen: Favorite Meals for Family and Friends” and “Cooking From the Hip: Fast, Easy, Phenomenal Meals,” and the executive chef at Bon Appetit magazine.
  4. @GDeLaurentiis – Giada De Laurentiis is the host of several Food Network shows: “Behind the Bash,” “Giada’s Weekend Getaways,” “Everyday Italian,” “Giada in Paradise,” and “Giada at Home.” She’s also a regular on the Today show on NBC.
  5. @Jamie_Oliver – Jamie Oliver, also known as The Naked Chef, is a British chef and TV personality. He was the second British chef to appear on “Iron Chef America” as a challenger.
  6. @MarthaStewart – Domestic goddess Martha Stewart started out in catering and has branched out into virtually every aspect of homemaking. While her tweets aren’t strictly food-related, she does provide recipes (both directly within tweets and via links).
  7. @offalchris – Chris Cosentino is the chef at Incanto, an Italian restaurant in San Francisco. He recently began starring in a new show on the food network, “Chefs vs. City,” and has also made a number of other TV appearances on shows including “The Next Iron Chef,” “Iron Chef America,” “Martha Stewart,” and “The Best Thing I Ever Ate.” He tweets tons of food images and photos from behind the scenes at the restaurant.
  8. @TheDeenBrosBobby and Jamie Deen are the sons of TV chef Paula Deen. They’re about to release their third cookbook and had their own TV show on the Food Network, Road Tasted. They also regularly appear on their mother’s show.
  9. @TylerFlorence – Tyler Florence is a chef and star of a number of Food Network shows, including “Tyler’s Ultimate” and “Food 911″ among others. He’s also involved in the nonprofit Afterschool Alliance, which promotes and supports after school programs. His tweets offer a real glimpse into his personality and he offers up recipes and converses with his followers.
  10. @bayareabitesBay Area Bites is a food blog covering San Francisco Bay-area restaurants and food from KQED Public Media. It’s written by professional chefs, food writers and cookbook editors.
  11. @CandyBlog – Cybele May is the blogger behind CandyBlog, which covers candy from all over the world. Her tweets cover the same, including links to posts on her blog and discussions with other candy enthusiasts.
  12. @CateOMalley – Cate O’Malley blogs at Sweetnicks and is a freelance food writer. She runs The Well Fed Network (a group of sites dedicated to food and wine) and writes for a variety of food sites. Her tweets cover recipes and anything food-related.
  13. @ChewOnThat – Chew On That is a food blog covering recipes, culinary terminology and tips, and information on different ingredients. Their tweets cover similar subject matter.
  14. @edlevine – Ed Levine blogs over at Serious Eats, where he writes about all things food-related. Recipes, restaurant reviews, and food news and commentary are just for starters. His tweets cover similar content, including info about eateries in NYC.
  15. @foodgawkerFoodgawker is a blog that covers the best recipes from a variety of other food blogs. They tweet links to recipes from all over the blogosphere, too.
  16. @homesicktexan – Lisa Fain blogs about Texas-style cooking, including tons of recipes, at the Homesick Texan blog. She tweets about all sorts of Texas foods as well as other recipes.
  17. @Jeters – Jennifer Fisher blogs about cooking and offers up lots of different recipes over at FoodBat. Her tweets cover similar topics, including local/seasonal food and more recipes.
  18. @offbeat_eating – Kristin has been traveling all over the country trying different local foods and then blogging about her experiences at Food Trip USA. She tweets tons of photos of foods from her travels, as well as links to recipes and other cooking-related resources.
  19. @ShunaFish – Shuna Fish Lydon has been a professional chef and baker for more than 16 years. She tweets about food, recipes, restaurants, and more. She blogs at Eggbeater.
  20. @SliceSlice is a blog devoted entirely to pizza. They cover pizza recipes, pizza restaurant reviews, and news related to pizza.
  21. @sushiday – Allison Day blogs at Fridgg and Sushi Day. She blogs a variety of recipes she cooks, including sushi (on Sushi Day) and everything else (on Fridgg).
  22. @TOfoodieAndrea Chiu is a food blogger who often posts restaurant reviews and food commentary on her Twitter feed. Her blog also includes food commentary and recipes.
  23. @CarolynJung – Carolyn Jung is an award-winning food writer who blogs at Food Gal. She’s received a number of first-place honors from the Association of Food Journalists and has been a judge in the Pillsbury Bake-Off (among other contests).
  24. @JulieK – Julie Kalivretenos is a freelance food writer, slow food activist, and raw food enthusiast who blogs atJulie’s Raw Ambition. Her blog covers information about raw and natural foods, including some recipes. Her tweets cover similar topics, including links to articles she’s written.
  25. @norecipes – Marc Matsumoto is a freelance food writer who writes at No Recipes, a blog covering food and cooking techniques from around the world. His Tweets cover the same.

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