Your social media feed is about to become significantly more mouthwatering. And if you pick up some pizza on the way home from work ... well, we wouldn't be surprised.
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Follow one woman around Boston armed with little more than an iPhone and a serious love for pizza. Her quest takes her beyond Massachusetts, too: The account often features photographs of famous pies around the U.S.
Pizza lovers with an appreciation for great photography will love the Instagram account behind the popular Brooklyn eatery, Pizza Loves Emily. The pies are mouthwatering and inventive.
It's an aerial view of your favorite cheesy indulgence, all day, every day. Tag your own photo of pizza with the hashtag #pizzafromabove for a chance to be featured on the account.
Josh Breger's love of pizza runs so deep it drives him to poetry: "Look at that cheese rain down like the waterfalls of Iguazu," he wrote about one particular slice. And heads up to all the deep dish fans looking for where to find the best pies -- Breger has a discerning palate and lives in Chicago.
Pizza Today is a trade publication for pizzeria owners and operators. But the magazine's Instagram account is for everyone: Follow along for photos and ideas about where to find the best slices all over the U.S.
This account is run by Scott Wiener, author of Viva la Pizza and a Guinness world record pizza box collector. Follow Weiner's account for the fresh pies he finds around the New York area.
The Instagram account behind New York City's Lil' Frankie's restaurant will not make you want pizza, but need it. This pie is covered in thin slices of mortadella, a finely ground pork sausage. We repeat: Thin slices of mortadella.
Ok, so technically this account isn't all things pizza. But it is all things cheese, and mouthwatering photos of pizza therefore come up quite a bit. Expect an emphasis on the stretchy mozzarella cheese-pulls of your dreams.
It's all about the #mozzagram on this account. Pizzeria Mozza is a pizza restaurant owned by Mario Batali, Nancy Silverton and Joe Bastianich in Los Angeles. More than 20,000 followers drool along by the active feed dedicated largely to savory, creative twists on the classic pizza pie.