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These 11 Pinterest accounts do food porn right

Pinterest is a haven for gorgeous food photography and recipe inspiration. We picked a few of our favorite accounts to follow—just don't peruse the mouth-watering photos when you're starving.

  • Haven's Kitchen

    Haven's Kitchen
    Seasonal recipe inspiration, right ahead. The cooking school and specialty food shop has enough summer, spring, fall and winter recipes to keep you incredibly well fed all year long.

    Photo: Blogging Over Thyme

  • Brooklyn Supper

    Brooklyn Supper
    Find simple, seasonal recipes you'll want to try out immediately—like a sour cherry half-moon pie that fits in the palm of your hand.

  • Erin Gleeson

    Erin Gleeson
    Have you picked up Gleeson's cookbook The Forest Feast yet? If not, plan on it. In the meantime peruse her tastefully curated boards, which feature recipes from the book plus a wealth of lifestyle content.

  • Blogging Over Thyme

    Blogging Over Thyme
    Inspirational or aspirational? Pins by this culinary school grad and recipe developer blur the line in a beautiful way. Take a tour through her board of personal recipes and decide what to make this weekend—we'd suggest challah French toast with roasted apricots, vanilla mascarpone and toasted almonds.

  • Food52

    Looking to try out some recipes you can actually handle? This is where you belong. Food52's got a wide range of boards (Five Ingredients or Fewer, In the Herb Garden, Kitchen Confidence) full of recipes, tips and how-to's you'll use for your next weeknight meal.

  • Foodspotting

    The trusty app brings food porn crowdsourcing to Pinterest. Check out its Dish of the Day, Food Art and Great Finds boards to whet your appetite. Bonus points for a deviled egg board.

    Photo: What Katie Ate

  • Marcus Samuelsson

    Marcus Samuelsson
    We love this guy, and it's not just because he gave us a recipe for the sandwich of the summer. Get behind-the-scenes glimpses at the chef's inspirations with boards of food he loves, recipes and more. And, the notoriously dapper Samuelsson even has a My Style board.

  • Molly Yeh

    Molly Yeh
    Should you follow her? Hells Yeh. This Brooklyn-to-North Dakota transport has the most beautiful, rustic photos of desserts and savory dishes. Warning: You'll want to be friends with her outside of the cyberworld, too.

  • Saveur

    Pins on the classic food magazine's Issue boards count as a new form of speed reading. Need supplemental content? Side dish, salad and dessert boards give you everything you need.

  • The Kitchn

    The Kitchn
    Want to take your lunch to work? There's a board for that. We also dig The Kitchn's appreciation of the room where the magic happens: Check out boards filled with colorful kitchens, tours and smart organization.

  • Turntable Kitchen

    Turntable Kitchen
    Food plus music? We're in. Follow Turntable Kitchen for the best tunes to cook to, and then check out what they're making while jamming out.

    Photo: Dessert for Two

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