16 Black Creatives in Food You Should Follow

These are just a few people you can follow to learn from and support the Black community.
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Ayesha Curry, cookbook author, restaurant owner, cookware entrepreneur

Follow: @ayeshacurry

Francesca Chaney, owner of Sol Sips, NYC

Follow: @solsipsnyc

Hawa Hassan, CEO of Basbaas Sauce

Follow: @hawa_22

Jenné Claiborne, cookbook author, vegan chef

Follow: @sweetpotatosoul

JJ Johnson, founder of Field Trip Harlem, creator of BuzzFeed Tasty, cookbook author

Follow: @chefjj

Kia Damon, chef, Radio Cherry Bombe contributor

Follow: @kiacooks

Klancy Miller, cookbook author, magazine founder

Follow: @klancycooks

Kwame Onwuachi, chef, cookbook author

Follow: @chefkwameonwuachi

Marcus Samuelsson, restaurant owner, cookbook author, celebrity chef

Follow: @marcuscooks

Mashama Bailey, executive chef of The Grey, Savannah

Follow: @mashamabailey

Mikaila Ulmer, founder of Me & the Bees Lemonade

Follow: @mikaila.ulmer

Nyesha Arrington, LA-based chef

Follow: @nyeshajoyce

Sunny Anderson, celebrity chef, cookbook author

Follow: @sunnyanderson

Toni Tipton-Martin, food journalist, cookbook author

Follow: @tonitiptonmartin

Vallery Lomas, Great American Baking Show champion, forthcoming cookbook author

Follow: @foodieinnewyork

Zwann Grays, wine director at Olmsted Trading Post, NYC

Follow: @zwanng