Everywhere you look these days there seems to be people sharing tips on healthy eating and their latest recipes.
(Yes, we know. Pot, meet kettle.)
Anyhow, while it used to be only celebrity chefs and newspapers who dished out their recipes everyone is now able to share their tips and tricks via social media.
And while Twitter is great, and Instagram makes us hungry every day, the real action is increasingly on Snapchat. A whole host of Irish foodies are popping up with tips and tricks and we thought we'd share a few to get you started...
1. The Happy Pear
These two guys burst onto the scene with their first book and are just gearing up for the second. Huge energy, always up early and making you feel bad about the stuff you eat compared to them.
2. French Foodie In Dublin
A French lady in Dublin who does food tours, shares amazing recipes and loves all the good 'bad for you' French style foods.
Amazing energy and passion for food.
3. Donal Skehan
Probably the best known chef in Ireland and now making it on the international scene. Great recipes, behind-the-scenes action and a fun guy in general.
4. Kenmare Foodie
A relative newbie to social media, she's a breath of fresh air on Snapchat with short recipes and tips. A very regular poster who won't make you feel silly if you're only starting out.
Who doesn't want to see a proper baker making cakes and snapping the results all day long! You are going to get seriously hungry watching these, we promise you...
6. Nudie Foods
If you're into fresh ingredients and top-quality food, then this is a must-follow – if only because looking at all that gorgeous produce will make you up your game.
7. Roz Purcell
Model, foodie, athlete and all round clean living genius. If you manage to be even a fifth as healthy as Roz after following along and getting inspired by her you'll be doing well.
8. The Little Green Spoon
Indy Power has been getting super popular in the last couple of years and it isn't hard to see why. Her recipes are colourful, fun and exciting.
9. Foodie Cafe
A brilliant look at what it looks like to run a cafe and the hard and exhausting work that goes into it. Very personable and a great way to see the world from the other side of the counter that we all take for granted at lunch time.