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5 Black Instagrammers To Follow For Food And Travel Inspiration

By Shontel Horne

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There’s no shortage of food and travel accounts to follow on Instagram, but if you want a daily dose of inspiration that will make you want to see the world fork-first, these are the black influencers you’ll want to follow ASAP.

 

@followmygut

 

Danielle is the “Chief Eating Officer” and creator of Follow My Gut, a blog where she documents her culinary adventures through Los Angeles and abroad. If you want to know all of the hottest, new places to eat when you’re on the West Coast, check her IG first. She also provides great advice on how to break into food blogging.

 

 

@confessionsofacleanfoodie

 

Charlotte’s Instagram feed is more food than travel, but her pictures and original recipes span the globe and take inspiration from New Orleans, Morocco and beyond. Follow this account if you want to get tips on how to make healthy food that’s flavorful and beautiful. Eating clean has never looked this good.

 

 

RELATED: 10 Black Travelers Who Are Killing It On Instagram


 

@evseats

 

Every post from this IG feed with either make you hungry or inspire you to book the next flight to some far off destination. Many of Ev’s images are from her own recipes, so if you start drooling at the sight of the yummy-looking shrimp broil while scrolling down her feed, head to her blog to find out exactly how to make it.

 

@thehangrywoman

 

Mila is living her best life on her IG account @thehangrywoman, where the Houston resident shares gorgeous snaps from her meals throughout Texas and from her travels. Her photos are bright and beautiful and her personality alone will make you want to be her BFF.

 

 

@ domnthecity

 

Dom’s IG is a celebration of food and New York City, and her pictures will make you want to book the next flight to Manhattan. Her epic shots of brunch items at restaurants like Hyacinth’s Haven are perfection and she also shares her own recipes on her blog.

 

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