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Your Ultimate Guide To The Best And Worst Of Celebrity Chefs On Twitter

Cultivating a strong social media presence is an arduous task, and many public figures — politicians, athletes, and, yes, celebrity chefs — aren’t guaranteed an instantaneously adoring public on Twitter. Sure, people will want to follow you because you’re a Famous Chef, but keeping their attention can be difficult: what if you’re too unfocused? Too argumentative? Too spammy? Or even too boring? We’ve decided to help out by compiling a list of crucial social networking categories and the chefs who excel (or fail miserably) in them — all presented below, and available to any chef with two thumbs, a smartphone, and a desire to become Twitter famous.


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