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Food & Drink Food Jenga Is Officially Taking Over Instagram

17:53  11 june  2018
17:53  11 june  2018 Source:   spoonuniversity.com

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You heard it right, Food Jenga is officially taking over Instagram , and foodies and bloggers a like can't get enough of it. #SpoonTip: Check out #FoodJenga on Instagram to see all the different foods people have used to create their own Jenga towers.

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a close up of a hand holding a sandwich: Fridagram on Instagram: “Lorena the hostess claims the best churros are always on the bottom. #masafl #damicofoodie #mercatonaples #swfl #gulfcoastlife…”© _fridagram_ on Instagram Fridagram on Instagram: “Lorena the hostess claims the best churros are always on the bottom. #masafl #damicofoodie #mercatonaples #swfl #gulfcoastlife…” It seems that every other day we get a wild new food trend that nobody asked for, but ends up loving. From glittered coffee to unicorn-inspired foods, we can't help but love them because they look amazing on camera and make everyone else want them. Well, now the latest food trend has to do with piling your food into a tower and taking turns to pull from the stack, praying it doesn't all come crashing down. You heard it right, Food Jenga is officially taking over Instagram, and foodies and bloggers alike can't get enough of it.

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But this weekend, when you stack all the chips you’ve just cooked into a greasy tower and post a picture of it to Instagram , she will, well, she’ll still be correct. Which means, Barney, that you can massively get involved in ‘ food jenga ’, an Insta trend which involves piling up a chosen food into a

Some foods are easier to stack than others, like cookies and candy bars. But if you're feeling more advanced you can always try french fries, chips, churros, etc. Basically, anything with a relatively flat surface can be used to create a Jenga tower.

Well Played on Instagram: “⚫️Oreo Jenga tower☑️ Now where do we pull from first 
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