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7 Irish food people you should be following on Snapchat

You can do a lot in ten delicious seconds.

1. Foodie Cafe – foodiecafe

Chloe Harris is the founder of the IFSC’s Foodie Cafe, and she runs the businesses Snapchat account with everything from experimental recipes, ordering woes, customer stories and delicious meals. Well worth a follow.

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2. Aoife Ryan – babaduckfood

Stemming from the successful food blog Babaduck.com, Aoife Ryan provides a stream of recipes, cooking demos and food and meal reviews.

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3. Donal Skehan – donalskehan

The boy wonder telly chef tends to Snap in bursts, but when he does, it’s always delicious. Some nice behind-the-scenes stuff too.

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4. Niamh Shields – @eatlikeagirl

Travel and food blogger Niamh is based in London and Snaps reciples, cooking, and her many meals out. Addictive!

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5.  Miriam O’Sillivan – BakeMyStyle

Another London based Snapper, Kerry woman Miriam O’Sullivan loves food and fashion, and her account is the perfect combination of both.

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6. James Kavanagh – James Kava

Already one of the kings of Irish Snapchat, James Kavanagh has just launched a new food business with his boyfriend William, called Currabinny. So you can expect even more food Snaps in future.

Today, for instance, he’s putting gold dust on shortbread…

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7. Kelly Lou Cakes – kellyloucakes

A DailyEdge.ie favourite, Portlaoise-based baker Kelly Lou’s Snaps are full of decadent icing shots, wonderful cakes, and behind-the-scenes looks at how a busy bakery works.

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