If we're not cooking up a storm  or diving into the latest food memoir , chances are, we're perusing Instagram and Twitter for culinary inspiration. Click through for our favorite foodie snaps we spotted this past week captured by everyone from Jamie Oliver  to Mindy Kaling. It just might — OK, it will — get your stomach grumbling. So grab a snack and marvel at everything from the bizarre (frozen snake, anyone?) to the mouthwateringly scrumptious (blueberry-studded scones).
A Bounty of Meat
Chef Jamie Oliver  shared a snap of the impressive selection of house-made sausages and other meaty goodies on offer at his restaurant Barbecoa.
Freshly Picked Cherry Tomatoes
It's safe to say we're envious of Aran Goyoaga of Cannelle et Vanille's bin of freshly picked tomatoes.
Chef David Lebovitz summed his supermarket snap up perfectly: "can o' snails."
A Sweet Start
Mindy Kaling dined on the real breakfast of champions: raspberries and sour candy.
Jewel-toned raspberries topped some mighty impressive custard tartlets from Béatrice Peltre of La Tartine Gourmande.
Tools of the Trade
Chef Eric Ripert modeled a jacket well stocked with the tools of the trade.
Joy Wilson (the eponymous Joy the Baker) left us with a hankering for a fresh-from-the-oven scone studded with berries, like hers pictured.
Breaded Steak Sandwich
Jeff Mauro shared a sneak peek at an over-the-top breaded steak sandwich — we can't wait to see the episode it stars in!
Roasted Baby Vegetables
Aida Mollenkamp celebrated the beginning of Spring's bounty with a beautiful assortment of roasted baby carrots and radishes.
Chef Stuart Brioza of State Bird Provisions showed off something you don't see every day: frozen snake . . . procured at the Saigon airport, no less.
Try — just try — not to crack a smile while admiring Bakerella's rainbow-topped cupcakes.
Coq au Vin
Anthony Bourdain  captured a coq au vin feast in an unexpected locale: by the Congo river.
Wholesome and wholly enticing baked oatmeal from Molly Wizenberg of Orangette shined in the morning sun.
Chef Wolfgang Puck  captured short ribs with romesco and polenta as they were being plated at The Borgata.