The interest in cooking, dining out and just plain old eating has recently increased due to social media and television shows such as Better Homes and Garden and MasterChef.
Icons such as Jamie Oliver and Kylie Kwong have inspired millions of people to get in the kitchen, to travel and most importantly, to eat!
They’ve written cookbooks, conducted masterclasses and hosted primetime television shows around the world.
We’ve chosen 8 Chefs To Follow On Twitter who have inspired us to dwell into the delicious world of food.
Godfather of Italian gastronomy. OBE, OMRI. Italian cookery writer, chef, restaurateur and food expert.
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With a growing restaurant empire, multiple books, television shows, live stage shows,The Jamie Magazine and a rather spiffy looking website. You can follow @
According to People magazine, Curtis Stone is one of the sexist men alive! This celebrity chef from Australia is storming his way across the US with his popular reality cooking show Take home chef. You can follow @
Gordon James Ramsay, Jr, OBE is a Scottish celebrity chef, restaurateur, and television personality. His restaurants have been awarded 15 Michelin stars in total and currently hold 14. You can follow @
Kylie Kwong, is an Australian television chef, author, television presenter and restaurateur. You can follow @
Rachel Allen was brought up in Dublin and her early cooking experiences were with her sister, as the pair made biscuits, each pretending to be Delia Smith. You can follow @
The chef of the three Michelin starred Fat Duck Restaurant in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. You can follow @
Marco Pierre White
Marco Pierre White is a British celebrity chef, restaurateur and television personality. He is noted for his contributions to contemporary international cuisine. You can follow @