9 Calgary Chefs You Should Follow On Instagram
These chefs have mastered the art of food and taking photos of it.
Shamir Bechar, @shambcookin
Shamir Bechar (@shambcookin), formerly with Candela and now executive chef of Chef Bar, provides a sneak peek at what goes on behind the scenes in a restaurant kitchen, from videos of how dishes are made to photos of cool ingredients before they hit your plate.
Ramsey Charanek, @cheframsdale
If there was ever a sign that we need to step up our home cooking game, this is it. Ramsey Charanek (@cheframsdale) is a chef at Blink, but many of his posts feature beautiful dishes he makes at home.
Sean Cutler, @sideofpork
Duck confit, Alberta sour cherry sauce, puff pastry and vegetables rissolet #yyc #fresh #eating #eat #yycfood #eatyyc #calgary #calgaryfood #eatcalgary #yyceats #chef #calgaryeats #culinary #cook #foodpictures #foodphoto #foodporn #foodpics #foodart #foodie #foods #food #finedine #instafood #sharecalgary #calgaryab #shareyyc
Connie DeSousa, @conniedesousa
Leah Gamache, @leahgamache
Sean MacDonald, @seanymacd
For perfectly plated dishes that are practically a work of art, turn to the feed of Sean MacDonald (@seanymacd), co-executive chef at MARKET. His only equal is his fellow co-executive chef Alex Edmonson (@alexedmonson), whose own account is also worth checking out.
Garrett Martin, @garrettbmartin
Garrett Martin (@garrettbmartin), chef de cuisine at Pigeonhole, posts a range of different food and restaurant experiences on his feed, but tasty dishes served on antique plates are by far the most common subject.
Leslie Morrow, @lamorrow
Madison Toy, @jmtoy
Satisfy your sweet tooth electronically by perusing the feed of MARKET pastry assistant Madison Toy (@jmtoy), who features jewel-like bonbons, chocolates and perfectly plated cakes and tarts almost exclusively.
[Correction: An earlier version of this story had Madison Toy’s job title as pastry chef. It has been corrected to say pastry assistant.]