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Instagram Food Porn of the Week

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Instagram Food Porn of the Week
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It's that time of the week again, where we bring you the best Instagram food porn of the past seven days, with the sole intention of making you more ravenously hungry than you've ever been before. The running theme in our Instagram food picks this week seems to be a handful of simple ingredients – bar the two Michelin star pigeon dish – used well.

 

The island of Sardinia boasts some of the most delicious Italian produce available. Pirichittus are Sardinian sweets made from flour, eggs and lard.

 

Watch the swift creation of a Pad Thai, the classic Thai noodle dish on the streets of Bangkok below and learn about the dish’s origins and how to make your own here.

 

What breakfast dreams are made of – just look at that yolk. Have you tried these 14 iconic sandwiches?

 

We could fill a whole post with unctuous photos of juicy steaks, but this really takes the brisket (okay, it's not brisket, but still).

 

As with rainbow foods, the whole 'making other dishes out of sushi rice' trend is still with us. This spicy tuna burger does look totally delicious however.

 

Spicy tuna burger 👅👅 📷@eatingfortheinsta 📍Redeye Grill

A photo posted by by @ainnzzzz (@sushstagram) on

 

Due to its fibrous texture, jackfruit is often used as a meat substitute, like in these faux chicken drumsticks. Learn more about how to eat jackfruit here and find out why its star is on the rise in 2016.

 

CFC (Cruelty Free Chicken) Drumsticks by @zaccharybird 💛 Makes 4 faux chicken drumsticks.

A photo posted by Let's Cook Vegan (@letscookvegan) on

 

This week we published an exclusive interview with Dominique Crenn, the World's Best Female Chef 2016. This elegant plate of oysters were served at her San Francisco bistro Petit Crenn.

 

Oysters @petitcrenn .. Sunday brunch, so happy !!!

A photo posted by @dominiquecrenn on

 

Here’s a very hearty looking haggis stack (haggis, potatoes, turnips, whisky sauce and what look like parsnip crisps) served in Dunblane, the hometown of none other than Andy Murray, who by the time you read this may already be French Open tennis champion or a losing finalist.

 

Mauro Colagreco’s two Michelin star restaurant Mirazur celebrates its 10th anniversary this year. This is the kind of food that got them there.

 

As you may have read, a deconstructed macchiato sold in a Melbourne cafe has gone viral this week for all the wrong reasons. Here’s a very simple picture of a traditional constructed one.

 
Saturday coffee time ❤️ #Saturday #weekend #treat #coffee #macchiato #littlethings #london

 

A photo posted by Mission To Be (@missiontobe_88) on

 

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