If you sought out some of Baltimore's leading chefs and foodies and said you wanted a peek inside their kitchens, gardens, living rooms, hobbies, preoccupations and travels, that might be considered odd. Invasive, perhaps.
Better just to follow them on Instagram.
In the four years since the social media platform was released, the website and app have become tools for diners who want the inside scoop on Baltimore's food scene. Chefs, bartenders and other food insiders continually post photos and videos of meals, cocktails and trips to culinary destinations.
"Instagram is a way to create a community. It's easy and visual and open and user-friendly," says Amy...