8 Southern Food Bloggers You Should Be Following

We’re always keeping an eye out for new voices who are championing and influencing the Southern food community, and these eight bloggers never fail to inspire. From quick-fix suppers to wow-worthy sweets, and not to mention gorgeous photography, these are the food-focused stars that fill our social feed.

Beth Branch 

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The name says it all. This Birmingham, Alabama, blogger is the queen of cake, and her Instagram proves it. We love her seasonal berry breads and rich chocolaty desserts, but it’s her piled-high layered cakes with whimsical toppers that really steal the show.


Phillip Fryman

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The guy behind this dream-worthy blog is creating unique and sophisticated yet always approachable meals and desserts. In addition to his home cooked dishes, he also shares some of his favorite finds from the best Nashville restaurants, where he is based.


Amber Wilson

Scientist turned food lover and cookbook author Amber Wilson has a passion for all things Southern food, just flip through her newly published book For the Love of the South and you’ll understand. We ooh and ah daily over her gorgeous feed.  


Michelle Braxton

 Based in Atlanta, Georgia, Michelle grew up spending cherished time in the kitchen cooking with her mother. One of the first dishes she learned to make? Grits, of course. Now, Michelle focuses on utilizing the season’s freshest ingredients while adding plenty of Southern flare to her dishes.


Amanda Frederickson

A former Williams-Sonoma Test Kitchen cook, this new Nashville, Tennessee, resident’s bright personality is just as exciting as her daily sweet and savory masterpieces. Tune into her Instagram stories every Wednesday for fridge foraging—a segment where she cooks a spontaneous (and always amazing) meal from the ingredients in her refrigerator.


Stacey Little

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Dad, blogger, and cookbook author Stacy is all about bringing families together for good simple meals. “There are few things in this world that I delight more in than my family and friends gathered around my table enjoying a meal,” he says. For easy-to-make suppers, sides, and sweets, turn to Stacy.


Joy Wilson

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Give this self-taught New Orleans-based baker, blogger, and cookbook author some flour and butter, and prepare to be amazed. Her Crescent City style and crave-able creations make her an Instagram must-follow.


Lindsay Landis

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Nashville dweller Lindsay Landis is a graphic designer and entrepreneur by day, and food lover by night. Her must-follow Instagram feed features mouthwatering desserts with some serious crave-worthy suppers thrown in. Follow along for delicious, quick, and budget-friendly dishes.


  1. À few of these bloggers I follow faithfully. They are always the best. I’m a simple girl from Houston, TX and I have recently started a YouTube channel called Gourmet Slay with Tiny T. It targets beginner cooks or anyone looking for a simple meal. Your recipes have truly inspired me. Thanks good your hard work!

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