Dennis Prescott is a celebrated Canadian chef and cookbook author, with over 500k Instagram followers. A once struggling musician living in Nashville, TN, Prescott learned how to cook by working his way through several Jamie Oliver cookbooks. His studies quickly turned to a food obsession, where he started his booming Instagram account full of photos of mouth-watering food and eclectic recipes. Prescott began working along side chefs in various restaurants, leading him to travel the world as a chef. Having spent time experimenting with countless cooking techniques and recipes, and teaching numerous communities how to cook, Prescott’s expertise have led him to this crucial role on Restaurants on the Edge. His latest cookbook, Eat Delicious, is in stores now.


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  1. Raphael says:


  2. Lindsay says:

    If you ever open a restaurant … I’ll travel there, wherever there may be … To taste your beautiful food.

  3. Karla Theriac says:

    Dennis, your rustic beautiful cooking, and amazing photographs are quite inspiring. I found you on instagram and will continue to follow and read about your culinary adventures and share them too. Karla, just a cook….

  4. Patty Nguyen says:

    Your work is amazing, Dennis. I can’t get over how beautiful your photos are! So glad I found you on IG. Take care!

  5. Truly inspiring! Your IG photos are mouthwatering. I have so much to learn about food photography but seeing your work is so motivating. Absolutely amazing!

  6. Lauren Allan says:

    Do you have a cookbook in the works? I would purchase it in a heart beat; your recipes are incredible as are your photos and talent for cooking!

  7. misarea says:

    What kind of camera and editing do you utilize?

  8. hayley says:

    I, too, have found you via instagram. Not sure how, but deeply grateful that I have. Your food photos and styling are perfectly beautiful. May I just ask why/how they seem to have such a vivid green/yellow brightness to them? Is it a filter that you use?

    • Thanks so much! Really glad πŸ™‚ my goal is to get everything right in the frame out of the camera when shot. I don’t use filters typically, and usually edit in light room and/or Photoshop.

  9. Judith James says:

    I bloody love you! 😍

  10. Lauren says:

    Hey! I follow your Instagram and get hungry each time you post a picture. Are you from the maritimes!? I just noticed your pic from 4 C’s. If so, please open a restaurant in the Moncton area!!!!

  11. Alosaimi says:

    Hi Dennis your food presentation are a master piece.
    I’d like to contact you, appricite if you provide me your email/phone.

    Best luck

  12. Alosaimi says:

    Which part of Canada you reside?
    I’m often up in Alberta.
    If you you have a resturant I’d like to stop by.


  13. Christina says:

    Dennis! What a sincere beautiful soul you have-comes out in your food, words and photography. Lovely, Lovely stuff.

  14. charprouse says:

    Oh. Dear. God. Your food looks freaken amazing! Cant wait to start cooking some of these. So excited πŸ™‚

  15. I just found you in IG and I pretty much love you. The food. The pics. All amazing. You’re pictures make me want to be friends with you & eat your food & the food pics πŸ™‚

    Just had to drop by & drop you a line. If you’re ever in Santa Barbara or California at all, I’d love to meet you, oh and come on a food tour!

  16. Gina Ammar says:

    I adore you and love your passion and work! Your lighting is beautiful! Natural light? Vivid. Sharp. Delicious. Yum.

  17. vickibensinger says:

    Your work is like something out of a museum – exquisite!

    Any chance you teach photography or tips to creating stellar photos like these? My photos don’t even look this good in my dreams!

  18. vickibensinger says:

    Your work should be in a museum – it’s exquisite!

    Do you teach photography or have any tips to share? My photos don’t even look this good in my dreams!

    • Thanks so much πŸ™‚
      I do teach classes every so often (next one schedule in Nova Scotia, Canada next month). Hoping to schedule some more Canada & US events for next year. Happy to try and help with any questions though!

  19. vickibensinger says:

    I’d love help. I wouldn’t even know where to start. Have you written a book or eBook? I’m sure my biggest problem is I’ve never taken a class to learn everything about cameras. My photos are okay. When one is great I honestly have no clue why!

  20. Renato says:

    Hy Dennis I found you on ig omg there are beautiful and amazing foods you’re the great guy that inspire a lot of people around the world to learn about the cook, I’ll continue to follow you and to be wishing your plates thank you from Brazil.
    Sincerely Renato

  21. Metya says:

    Hai Dennis..
    Your pict are amazing.. Im pretty sure they taste amazing too..
    You give me inspiration, the lighting and the composition on your pict are awesome..
    Thank god i’ve found you on IG.

    Thank you,

  22. Falan Taylor says:

    Food Photography is something I’m learning every day. Your plating skills are outstanding. As a chef and TV personality I look for these things as inspiration to make my brand better. I would definitely have you on my show if you were local. I lost my way as a chef from double injuries back to back so looking on your IG inspired me to seriously step my game up. I have the audience but the passion returned when I see your work. Thank you for showing me through your pics why I became a chef all those years ago. Happy New Year!

  23. Diana says:

    Hello Dennis!
    I would love to take part in a workshop you host/teach. Will you have any scheduled in/around Toronto this year? Also: any food photography resources you’d recommend to someone looking to learn (books, websites, the camera user guide πŸ˜„)? Who were your teachers, your inspiration?
    Thank you,

    • Hi! Nothing scheduled at the moment, but might be something later this year. I’m haven’t read many books, to be honest, but get massive inspiration from other photographer’s work (Daniel Kreiger & David Loftus being 2 huge inspirations to me). The way I really learned how to shoot was by studying light, and how it hits the subject, moving around the subject to study angles, and by shooting thousands of images. Take photos of EVERYTHING. And try and study other’s work (how light hits / composition etc), take inso, and develop a style of your own.

  24. Jennifer says:

    Hi Dennis,

    Huge fan of your work- just wondering, are you located in Toronto?

    Looking to get some photography done for some upcoming food AD’s.

    Thanks in advance!

  25. Your food is beautiful and the pictures are out of this world!! I’m a big fan of you.

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