Stop what you’re doing and get on Pinterest now!
I mean, only if you weren’t doing something productive. The rapidly-growing visual bookmarking site Pinterest is absolutely brimming with great ideas, gorgeous pictures, and, best of all, tasty, irresistible food and recipes. Chances are it’s also responsible for a worldwide drop in productivity since it’s notoriously addictive (and incredibly fun!).
In case you’re among the uninitiated, or just looking to grow the group of pinners that you follow, I’ve rounded up the top 25 foodies on Pinterest for your viewing, and following, pleasure. Happy pinning!
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Babble 1 of 25Kid-friendly and beyond, Babble's pin boards are a great resource for fun and tasty food, great family style, home decor, parenting resources and products, and clever home tips.
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Elizabeth Stark: Brooklyn Supper 2 of 25That's me! I feature unique and interesting approaches to seasonal eats, slow food, outdoor gardening, and home preserving, along with a (not so healthy) dose of creative, homemade, and delectable sweets.
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Aimée Wimbush-Bourque: Simple Bites 3 of 25AimÃ©e's boards offer up lots of categories and ideas for fresh, family-friendly eats.
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Angie McGowan: Eclectic recipes and The Family Kitchen 4 of 25Angie has a terrific eye and, just like the food featured on her site, she pins fresh and healthy family food ideas.
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Ashley Rodriguez: Not Without Salt 5 of 25With an eye on elegant food styling and gorgeous images, her pin boards feature beautiful food ideas.
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Cara Eisenpress: Big Girls Small Kitchen 6 of 25Cara features organized boards brimming with useful food ideas that cater to twenty-something cooks (or anyone with a small kitchen!). From brown bag lunch ideas to quick dinners, they've got you covered, no matter what your age.
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food52 7 of 25Simple and straightforward, food52's pins reflect their site's fantastic recipes. Always tasty, food52 features a range of dishes for all ability levels, and spare, beautiful photography.
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Christina Davis: From Scratch Club 8 of 25As their name of this collective suggests, From Scratch Club's boards are a great resource for all things handmade. Bringing the best of the web, they've feature all kinds of gardening, home preserving, and other culinary projects.
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Gojee 9 of 25Offering up the best of their curated recipe site, and organized according to cravings, Gojee's boards are great for culinary inspiration no matter what your tastes.
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Julie Van Rosendaal: Dinner with Julie and The Family Kitchen 10 of 25Julie's pin boards offer up great baked goods, as well as creative and family-friendly kitchen projects.
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Kasey Hickey: Turntable Kitchen 11 of 25I love Kasey's eye for refined and elegant seasonal eats. I look to her boards for culinary and photographic inspiration.
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Kathy Patalsky: Happy, Healthy Life and The Family Kitchen 12 of 25Hello color! Kathy's boards are a breath of fresh air with so many vibrant, healthy vegan recipes.
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Kelsey Banfield: The Naptime Chef and The Family Kitchen 13 of 25Kelsey is the master of group boards, and shares classic recipes, as well as a host of holiday-themed delights.
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Jeanette Ordas: Everybody Likes Sandwiches 14 of 25Just like Jeanette's blog, Everybody Likes Sandwiches, her pin boards feature a mix of refined and accessible comfort foods, and tasty homemade sweets. Added bonus: great style and design with an eye to the handmade.
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Laura Levy: Laura’s Best Recipes and The Family Kitchen 15 of 25Casual, mouthwatering food at it's best, Laura's pins bring you a mouthwatering look at eating through the seasons and holidays.
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Macki West: Cooking with My Kid and The Family Kitchen 16 of 25I love Macki's kid-friendly, California-cool cooking. Her pins are filled with fun and delicious ideas.
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Nicole Franzen: La Buena Vida 17 of 25Nicole is an up-and-coming tastemaker and photographer, and I love her food boards--one dedicated to bright food, and another featuring moody, dark food photos. Her boards are sophisticated and always feature stunning imagery.
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Nicole Taylor: Food Culturist 18 of 25With several boards dedicated to everything from popcorn to cocktails, Nicole's boards are a feast for the eyes. As you can see, I am very partial to her doughnut board--just be warned that it's apt to induce a serious doughnut craving!
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Paula Jones: BellAlimento 19 of 25Paula's boards feature her terrific taste in food, and especially all things Italian. But she doesn't stop there--Paula also has great taste in sweets and her pins feature a host of sumptuous treats.
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Real Simple 20 of 25Pressed for time? Their boards feature sparely photographed meals that are simple, and easy to prepare. A great resource for busy home cooks!
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Shaina Olmanson: Food for My Family and The Family Kitchen 21 of 25Shaina's boards are filled with delicious seasonal ideas that will appeal to kids and grown-ups alike. Gorgeous photos, and easy to make foods make her pins perfect for busy families.
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Sylvie Shirazi: Gourmande in the Kitchen 22 of 25Sylvie's boards feature fun food ideas, sumptuous food styling, and gorgeous food photography.
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The Kitchn 23 of 25Helpful tips, must-have gadgets, and creative takes on seasonal fare, the Kitchn's pins offer up some of the best food ideas on the web.
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Catherine McCord: Weelicious 24 of 25With lots of boards, and a big emphasis on the kid-friendly, Catherine's pins are great for Moms and Dads on the go. I particularly love her lunch box board featuring a creative array of brown bag ideas.
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Winnie Abramson: Healthy Green Kitchen 25 of 25Just like the recipes offered up on Winnie's blog, her pins feature fresh, healthy recipe ideas and gorgeous food photography.
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