11 AFRICAN FOOD INFLUENCERS YOU SHOULD ALREADY BE FOLLOWING

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In the last few months of spending more time on our social feeds and at our kitchen tables than we could ever have expected, a certain group of people have become the teachers, entertainers and gurus we didn’t know we needed – our favourite Instagram foodies.

We have food influencers to thank for the motivation to try new recipes (when you’re just plain tired of your own home cooking) – and who can forget those quick one-minute videos that leave us feeling creative and famished all at the same time?

Let’s celebrate some of social media’s greatest unsung heroes:

1. Lorna Maseko 🇿🇦

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Wishing you a beautiful Friday my love bugs 💋

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Only Africa’s top celebrity chef, Lorna Maseko can keep us on our toes all week long, scrambling to perfect one of her latest creations.

2. The Kitchen Muse (Bukie) 🇳🇬

Three posts from My Active Kitchen and you’ll absolutely be hooked – no questions asked.

3. My Active Kitchen (Ajoke) 🇳🇬

Be – and stay – inspired by the masterful creations of kitchen connoisseur, Ajoke.

4. Kaluhi’s Kitchen 🇰🇪

One must always be prepared for some serious tummy rumbling when one ventures into Kaluhi’s Kitchen.

5. Phil’s Kitchen 🇰🇪

There’s always something to excite you on the Phil’s Kitchen page – from the stickiest of sweet treats to the tangiest of sauces.

6. 9jafoodie (Ronke Edoho) 🇳🇬

For classic, irresistible Nigerian meals, go straight to Ronke’s door. And stay there.

7. Baking Ginger (Clara Jane) 🇿🇦

Scrolling though baker, food photographer and content creator, Clara Jane’s timeline is one sure way to bring an end to any diet.

8. Chef Fregz 🇳🇬

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On the 22nd of Feb. I’d be cooking for a Good Cause. . . Fregz-Ducation is an initiative of Chef Fregz aimed at raising money for kids in the slum areas of Lagos to get a chance at life through good education. This is us partnering with @slum2school to make this happen. . . We want to thank @capanigeria for the space to do the first ever one and @mile12marketwoman for their ingredient support and @farmshoppe.ng for also coming on board to support us. . . Tickets go on sale tomorrow. . Pry School 50,000 Secondary School: 100,000 (couple) University 150,000 (couple) . . Tell a friend to tell a friend. Thank you for giving. . . . 📸: @signaturebykam . #FregzDucation #ChefFregz #GivingBack

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Renowned Nigerian chef, Gbugbemi Fregene is best known for his undeniable mastery of flavours, colour, texture and simply making food that must be enjoyed.

9. My African Food Map 🇬🇭🇿🇦

Let filmmaker and food enthusiast, Tuleka Prah take you on a culinary tour around the continent; all you have to do it hit ‘Follow’.

10. Nigerian Lazy Chef (Nma) 🇳🇬

Get inspired to try something new with the eye-watering offerings of the self-proclaimed Nigerian Lazy Chef.

11. My Burnt Orange 🇬🇭

One post at a time, My Burnt Orange is promoting the beauty, diversity and versatility of the continent’s finest cuisine.

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