'Grams of Glory

The best chef Instagrams of the week

Good things come in square packages—particularly when you're dealing with pixelated versions of what chefs are eating.

Thursday is #TBT in the Instagram world, so we figured we'd play along by serving you the week's best Instagram photos by chefs. Last week saw everything from city slicker sheep to tomatoes three ways. Today, we peep into a few chefs' lives with market-fresh beans, perfectly brûléed meringue and all the fast-food burgers in between.

Check out the slideshow below and follow Tasting Table on Instagram for more hot food photos.

Yotam Ottolenghi proved that even chefs can ruin breakfast. (photo by @ottolenghi)

For Jason Bond, real tomatoes have curves. (photo by @jwadebond)

Jonathan Waxman's iconic roast chicken is so glamorous, it deserves its own Instagram account. (photo by @chefjwaxman)

Joanne Chang's lemon meringue pie rocked a spiky frosted-tips look. (photo by @joannebchang)

Dorie Greenspan had a shucking good time with this pile of speckled cranberry beans. (photo by @doriegreenspan)

He may be taco royalty, but Alex Stupak knows that when in California, you go to In-N-Out. (photo by @alexanderstupak)

How did Curtis Stone make a flower taste like a cookie? By baking pansies into sugar cookies. (photo by @curtisstone)

Josh Capon's great pyramid of lobster rolls: the last remaining Wonder of the Ancient World. (photo by @chefcapon)

The marbling on Angie Mar's aged tomahawk gave virtual meat sweats to everyone. (photo by @angiekmar)

Marcus Samuelsson snapped a pic of the Streetbird crew lined up and ready for service. (photo by @marcuscooks)