Celebrity Chefs You Need to Follow on Twitter Right Now
Let's be honest: the majority of celebrity chef Twitter is dominated by endless strings of food photos and promotional plugs. But, the few that transcend the norm do it with grace, wit, and more than a few creatively devised hashtags. Anthony Bourdain, Hugh Acheson, David Chang -- these culinary giants, along with six of their esteemed colleagues, are true pros at hopping off TV screens and sliding into Twitter feeds.
i got drunk last night and bought 5 Billion Pokemon coins. Can I use that like bitcoin?— hugh acheson (@HughAcheson) July 23, 2016
Big-time chef and Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson is constantly bringing the snark... and the farts, apparently.
Fellow Top Chef-er Tom Colicchio's feed is 90% politics, 10% dad humor. Oh, and also some cooking stuff.
There's a light at the end of the tunnel. And it's an oncoming train.— Matthew Jennings (@matthewjennings) July 22, 2016
Townsman chef-owner Matthew Jennings not only reps his native Boston hard, he also says hilarious shit, and might even hook you up with Pearl Jam tickets.
Leaves blow, sky darkens, rain heads across the valley. Waiting for the storm. Buttered bread. Sliced tomato. Salt. A perfect Sunday.— ruthreichl (@ruthreichl) August 21, 2016
Culinary influencer and former Gourmet editor-in-chief Ruth Reichl's trippy-ass poetry is well worth the follow.
Celebrity chef, writer, and VICELAND star Eddie Huang always knows what's up and is never afraid to tell it like it is. Also, #SaveBabyFuture? Agreed.
Nothing wrong with sports-obsessed mega-chef and restaurateur David Chang loving his dog and taking this weird photo.
Also nothing wrong with Food Network mainstay Alton Brown not having a dog.
Confused.. This airport burger did not cause me to fall into a spiral of depression .— Anthony Bourdain (@Bourdain) February 1, 2016
Everybody's favorite kitchen bad boy, writer and TV personality Anthony Bourdain is not only The Wire's most-devoted fan, he's also a seasoned traveler with many a well-worded airport opinion.
Chance the rapper out here looking like the secret character in Mario cart— Dale Talde (@DaleTalde) August 29, 2016
Two-time Top Chef cheftestant and restaurateur Dale Talde's takes on pop culture are, much like his kung pao chicken wings, hotter (and funnier) than most.
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