@lennardy aka Lennard Yeong
“Food will always be a big part of my life” Lennard Yeong said that and this handsome man 28 year old came with his passion, he left the full time job to join MasterChef Asia in the last May.
He is as a culinary star on Instargram with more than 35000 followers. Lennard Yeong has showed a series of technically precise home-cooked meals for two years. The Asian chef’sÂ dishes always charm by creative looking.
YouTube and cookbooks have helped him put together dishes with modernist twists. Specially, Bristish celeb chef Heston Blumenthal inspired him, he shared “Blumenthal’s scientific approach to food appeals to the engineer in me,”
@royalebrat aka Nick Vipittichak Pitthayanont
Nick Vipittichak Pitthayanontâ€™s dishes serve healthy meal, he cook for himself and avoid unhealthy food outside.
His Instargram please by seafood, vegetable and dairy food, say no with any read meat. Follow him, your feed will be showcased by the artful culinary creations.
He names himself as an amateur but this mustachioed 36-year-old recently handled food styling and plating for a shoot featuring chef Henrik Yde Andersen of Michelin-starred Copenhagen restaurant Kiin Kiin at a Bangkok event.
This Asian chefÂ has morphed dishes into creations straight out of the haute temples of gastronomy.
Pitthayanont’s favorite post features “gaeng pruer,” a northeastern Thai broth made from bamboo grass leaf juice, lemongrass, red onion, galangal, sous vide mushrooms, young bamboo shoots, hoary basil, acacia leaf and toasted glutinous rice.
@ladyandpups aka Mandy Lee
Mandy Lee find the food in hard situation, she fell in unemployment and get trouble in Beijing for 04 years leading Lee to create the blog Lady and Pups and share her creations on Instargram.
“I used to exclusively cook for my husband (my hand model) and myself,” says Mandy Lee. “Now I mainly cook for Instagram.”
@zeboy aka Aaron Tan
Being data processor, Aaron Tan never worked in a professional kitchen. He said “I’m a stay-at-home cook,” and “Cooking is a creative outlet for me and it provides an escape from the realities of work.”
Itâ€™s incredible that his Instargram reach 18.500 followers although he serve delicious for wife and the complicated dishes he posts on Instagram are usually whipped up on weekends.
And the food photos are really attractive, he won food photography competition#50BestPass, organized by the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, his award is a free six-day trip to Mexico.
@xlbcr aka Tan Chun Rong
Falling love with food and photography, Rong left school and started posting food photos on Instargram. Her motherâ€™s die when he was only 17 year-old taugh himself find his passion.
This Singapore freelancer photography and food stylist fascinate with a butter-poached shrimp eggs Benedict with salted egg yolk Hollandaise, a riff on the classic eggs bene recipe.
The Asian chefÂ invested S$10,000 ($7,150) to create his room into a studio, and builed a company with friends to shareÂ coffee stories online .
“I neither had formal training in culinary science nor the luxury of sophisticated equipment, so I turned to watching countless YouTube videos and cooking shows in order to gain knowledge and continue to improve my skills,” says Rong, who used to work as a barista at a local cafe.
“I love making food porn like this,” says Rong of the dish.
“That moment when the knife cut through the poached egg coated with salted egg yolk Hollandaise, yolk started to flow like a fountain of gold.”