Feeling a bit overwhelmed lately? We need little reminder of the stresses of modern living, from long work hours to a media cycle that just won't quit--and now, a pandemic. Plugging into social media in these times doesn't have to mean getting sucked into click-bait content. Instead, take a break and peruse these beautiful, calming food social media accounts. We promise you won't regret it.
Amber Spiegel, cookie decorator extraordinaire, provides consistently calming video cookie art content. Seeing her art come to life on her Instagram, and/or YouTube has an incredibly calming effect.
Cookie Art via Sweetambs
Nataša Djuric is head baker of Hiša Franko, a bakery set at "the foothills of towering mountains and next to the beautiful Soča river in Slovenia." If that background isn't whimsical enough for you, her stunning loaf content is sure to win you over. You'll also sometimes find beautiful Slovenian foraging and hillside
Beautiful Bread from MyDailySourdoughBread
Charming, educational, reliable, Tuesday content. Every Tuesday, former Great British Bake Off contestant Manon Lagrève heads to her Instagram stories to bake through a new recipe from her lovely kitchen in London. Great for inspiration if you're also a baker, but also 100% wonderful content on its own.
Bake Along Tuesday's with ManonLagrève
If clean lines, order, and symmetry put you at ease, look no further. Michael Zee brings them in spades.
Keeping it Balanced with SymmetryBreakfast
Puns make everything better, and so does Marie Saba with her enchanting joke-filled feed.
Incredible Puns c/o MarieSaba
Do you love to read? Do you love pie? Yeah, me too. For book recs and beautiful pastry collections, look no further.
Keep Calm and Pie On with PieLadyBooks
Bella hosts what she calls "Matcha-Talks" on her Instagram stories, which generally include her hopeful thoughts over tea. She's so good at making her community feel welcome and safe, and her grid feed is also endlessly full of soothing tones and swoon-worthy food photography.
Matcha Talks with Ful.Filled