An incredible one in seven UK travellers has chosen a holiday destination based solely on the sights of the food on Instagram, according to new research from Heathrow in their Taste the World report. So wouldn’t it be handy to know the top ten most Instagrammed food destinations around the world before you went away? You wouldn’t want to miss out.
One in five will choose which restaurants to dine in based on what that restaurant’s food looks like on Instagram. As a working travel writer, food reviewer and social media obsessive on the side, I’m not at all shocked by this.
What I was a little surprises at, was the fact that 28 per cent of Brits not only said that they post pictures of their holidays meals, but that they actually they enjoy their holiday more by doing so. If this sounds like you, then check out my post on ten top tips for taking a great #foodie photo for Instagram.
So, where are the top ten most Instagrammed food destinations?
#food, #foodie, #foodstagram, #nomnomnom… half a billion pictures of food photography have been uploaded to Instagram with these popular hashtags, demonstrating that food is still hugely popular on social media – as if we didn’t know that already. So to keep you at the top of this modern game, you might need some food photography hacks.
There are many health benefits of miso soup but do we know all of them?
Something else many people may not realise is just how versatile a jar of miso paste can be. This simple ingredient can instantly transform a multitude of everyday dishes – try adding a spoonful to your next spaghetti bolognaise or add an extra kick to your salad dressing.
Not forgetting how it can be enjoyed in it’s most classic of forms, a quick and easy, tasty miso soup. A complex flavour, this fermented food is quite simply a kitchen cupboard essential. But did you know that miso also has a wealth of health benefits?
Nutritionist Cassandra Barnes has listed just some of the many health benefits of miso soup…