Twitter has launched TwitterFood which aims to bring together people who are in love with food; or people commonly knows as foodies.
Seeing that there are literally thousands of food-related Tweets that people send on Twitter each day relating to meals, ingredients, favorites, recipes and dining experiences.
On Twitter, foodies share their food experiences and this can be beautiful images of freshly baked pastries to videos of themselves cooking and even a 140 character recipe and this lets one see the rich culture behind most meals that can be found online.
If you love cooking or eating good food, follow @TwitterFood as the team Tweets and RTs delicious food-related content.
Check out some foodie Tweets below as a sample of what you’ll be seeing on the TwitterFood timeline.
On that #hotdrive home, are you daydreaming about dinner? Yum can help you decide. Visit http://t.co/o5K3FaB4qS pic.twitter.com/DZGZkA0wPe
— Yum Kenya (@YumKenya) May 5, 2015
This is how you make soft Layered Chapati http://t.co/jdmya8Rwks #kenya #TembeaKenya #food #Mombasa #Nairobi pic.twitter.com/jm9NURJB63
— Talking To Nelly (@Nellynimmo) April 20, 2015