Content sharing website Pinterest continues to grow steadily in followers, and there’s no question that it’s one of the most inspirational social networking tools around.
Whether you want to enjoy Pinterest on your Android device or on an iPad or iPhone, ‘pinning’ on your mobile device has never been easier.
According to Pinterest insights website Repinly, the food and drink category of Pinterest consistently accounts for at least 12% of the most popular pins on the social sharing site.
Here we bring you five of the best food and drink Pinterest pages around for you to get your teeth stuck into.
As we look to put the excesses of Christmas firmly behind us, you could do worse than check out this calorie-conscious image board, which promotes “healthy food to look and feel your best”. More than 75,000 followers can’t be wrong.
It’s hard to view photographer Michelle’s Pinterest page without your stomach rumbling with anticipation. It’s harder still to single out just one of her gorgeous boards, but our personal faves include ‘Happy meals’ and the multi-flavoured ‘Cookie Jar’.
Freelance lifestyle blogger Michael Wurm Jnr. is the man behind this highly popular Pinterest board, featuring a rich and diverse range of pins of healthy and wholesome evening time meals. You don’t need to be a real foodie to fully appreciate this.
One of the top ranking boards in the whole of the Pinterest universe at the time of writing is this highly imaginative creation from Jane Wang. The wonderful and wacky pictures on this board are solid proof that some people really do have too much time on their hands. But then we’re pretty sure you’ll find it difficult to prise your eyes away from the visual treats on offer here.
Those with a sweet tooth are pretty much spoiled for choice on Pinterest, but if you’re after cake-related contentment, you won’t do much better than this board from creator Susan Leahy. Regularly updated (with over 1,000 pins so far) and full of fun, colour and variety, it’s well worth indulging in a slice of this.