Food on Instagram: there’s a valid argument that the picture sharing app has affected many chefs and how they produce dishes. It has also influenced the way many diners approach a meal at the table.
People now take longer to actually eat their food, because, of course, they have to get the lighting right, and chefs, many of them hungry for Likes, produce food that pleases the filter more than the palate.
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