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#1 Jamie Oliver: 1,058,269 followers

With 4,600 tweets and 1,058,269 followers, Jamie Oliver is one of the most followed chefs in the world. As of this time his account follows 3,938 people on Twitter.

Handle: @jamie_oliver

#2 Anthony Bourdain: 338,482 followers

At 1,878 tweets, Anthony Bourdain has less than half of Jamie Oliver's 4,600 tweets, and about a third of the followers. But 338,482 followers is nothing to scoff at (especially with him only following 65 people) putting him in a solid second place by this count.

Handle: @NoReservations

#3 Paula Deen: 319, 998 followers

Paula Deen has tweeted 1,456 times, her account follows 290 other accounts, and her 327,243 followers puts her in a strong third place, just 10,000 followers behind Anthony Bourdain.

Handle: @Paula_Deen

#4 Tyler Florence: 262, 958 followers

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Tyler Florence's Twitter account follows 609 other accounts, registers 3,451 tweets, and has a very strong 264,827 followers, putting him in fourth place on this list.

Handle: @TylerFlorence

#5 Gordon Ramsay: 266,725 followers

Chef Gordon Ramsay's account notes 926 tweets, follows 619 other accounts, and boasts 266,725 followers.

Handle: @GordonRamsay01

#6 Giada De Laurentiis: 251,344

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Giada's account features 1,038 tweets, and notes that it follows just 40 other accounts, but registers a very strong 251,344 followers.

Handle: @GDeLaurentiis

#7 Bobby Flay: 236,428 followers

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King of the Food Network, Bobby Flay has almost a quarter million followers (236,428), but like his colleague GIada follows a very limited number of accounts (37). He boasts 1,002 tweets.

Handle: @bflay

#8 Guy Fieri: 232,255 followers

"Brotha" of the everyman, Guy Fieri also only follows about 40 accounts, and has tweeted just 460 times. But that doesn't change the fact that he has a whopping 232,255 followers. Imagine what would happen this culinary/cultural zeitgeist tweeted just a few more times a day and threw some @'s and RT's in there.

Handle: @ChefGuyFieri

#9 Andrew Zimmern: 157,581 followers

The host of Bizarre Foods has tweeted 3,064 times, and follows 17,732 other accounts. He boasts a respectable 157,581 followers.

Handle: @andrewzimmern

#10 Emeril: 138,872 followers

Bam! Emeril may only follow 237 other accounts, and he has tweeted a relatively tame 1,151 times. Still, he has 138,872 followers.

Handle: @Emeril

#11 Rick Bayless: 124,321 followers,

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Chef Rick Bayless may only follow 121 other accounts, but he has a very impressive 124,321 followers. Even more impressive? The 6,338 tweets to his credit, which are the most of any chef on this list.

Handle: @Rick_Bayless

#12 Tom Colicchio: 125,963 followers

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Chef Tom Colicchio is engaged with 160 other members of the Twitter community, and boasts respecable 2,685 tweets. His followers total: 125,963.

Handle: @tom_colicchio

#14 Rocco DiSpirito: 100,082 followers

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Rocco's Twitter account features 2,547 tweets, follows 394 accounts, and just gets over the 100,000 mark with 100,082 followers.

Handle: @roccodispirito

#13 Rachael Ray: 100,622 followers

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Ray-Ray has tweeted just 136 times. Just 136 times! At 117, she almost follows more accounts than she's tweeted. Still, she has 100,622 followers.

Handle: @rachael_ray

#15 Michael Chiarello: 83,110 followers

Chef Michael Chiarello can lay claim to just 584 tweets, but he follows 5,747 users. Perhaps that helps to account for his 83,110 followers.

Handle: @ChefChiarello


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


10 Most Followed Food Critics on Twitter

Correction appended

Food critics may prize anonymity when it comes to staying undercover while eating in restaurants, but when it comes to social media they're a lot less shy. No strangers to sharing opinions, these writers are fully equipped to deliver short, pithy commentary in 140 characters or less.

Like many popular chefs, quite a few critics have tried boosting their online profiles. Twitter serves as the perfect medium for communicating with an audience of Yelping, Chow-obsessed food lovers.

But who are the most followed critics on Twitter? For the purposes of this list we looked at active food critics, which includes individuals whose current job includes reviewing restaurants (sorry, Frank Bruni). Think of this as your ultimate guide to industry hotshots.

#10 Robert Sietsema: 5,069 Followers
Robert Sietsema, the critic for The Village Voice, is the tenth most popular food critic on Twitter. He has 5,069 followers and follows 126 people.
Handle: @robertsietsema

#9 Brett Anderson: 5,404 Followers
Restaurant critic for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans, Brett Anderson has tweeted a total of 1,904 times and follows 652 people.
Handle: @BrettAndersonTP

#8 Corby Kummer: 6,130 Followers
The restaurant critic for Boston Magazine (and senior editor for The Atlantic), Corby Kummer has 6,130 Twitter followers, but follows only 45 people in return.
Handle: @CKummer

#7 Adam Platt: 6,227 Followers
New York Magazine's food critic, Adam Platt, follows 433 people on Twitter (the second highest number of people followed by a critic on this list) and has currently tweeted 1,007 times.
Handle: @plattypants

#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,304 Followers
Whether critiquing chefs as a judge on Iron Chef America or in his Vogue column, Jeffrey Steingarten is not known for being shy about sharing his opinion. Although he only follows nine people on Twitter at last count, he is followed by 7,304 people.
Handle: @jsteingarten

#5 Michael Bauer: 11,382 Followers
Michael Bauer, the food critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, has tweeted 690 times, follows 32 people, and boasts 11,382 followers.
Handle: @michaelbauer1

#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,257 Followers
Washington Post food critic, Tom Sietsema has 12,257 Twitter followers and follows just 85 people.
Handle: @tomsietsema

#3 Jonathan Gold: 18,850 Followers
Resident restaurant reviewer for LA Weekly, Jonathan Gold comes in third on this list. Gold trails both Gael Greene and Sam Sifton with a total of 18,850 followers, and has tweeted 1,699 times to date.
Handle: @thejgold

#2 Sam Sifton: 56,136 Followers
Being the food critic of The New York Times is a pretty high-profile job, which is why it's not surprising that Sam Sifton scored the number two spot on this list with 56,136 followers.
Handle: @SamSifton

#1 Gael Greene: 69,230 Followers
With a whopping 69,230 Twitter followers, this former New York Magazine critic (and current Insatiable Critic) tops this list. Gael Greene currently follows only 100 people on Twitter in return.
Handle: @GaelGreene

- Molly Aronica, The Daily Meal

Correction: As Alison Cook of the Houston Chronicle was kind enough to tweet (@alisoncook), her 6,434 followers at the publication of this correction (May 5, 2011) puts her in play on this list of most followed critics on Twitter. An updated list follows.

#11 Robert Sietsema: 5,339 followers (previously 5,069)
#10 Brett Anderson: 5,688 followers (previously 5,404)
#9 Alison Cook: 6,434 followers
#8 Corby Kummer: 6,525 followers (previously 6,130)
#7 Adam Platt: 6,584 followers (previously 6,227)
#6 Jeffrey Steingarten: 7,677 followers (previously 7,304)
#5 Michael Bauer: 11,855 followers (previously 11,382)
#4 Tom Sietsema: 12,828 followers (previously 12,257)
#3 Jonathan Gold: 19,557 followers (previously 18,850)
#2 Sam Sifton: 60,027 followers (previously 56,136)
#1 Gael Greene: 72,237 followers (previously 69,230)


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