20 Delicious Photos from CLEFoodies

If you're looking for the most delicious (and photogenic) culinary offerings in Cleveland, look no further than Instagrammer and blogger CLEFoodies, AKA Tricia McCune. Here are 20 of her best shots.

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Loaded bagel with mustard, ricotta, and avocado, seasoned with a little salt and white pepper at CLE Bagel Co.
Loaded bagel with mustard, ricotta, and avocado, seasoned with a little salt and white pepper at CLE Bagel Co.
Love the Dan Dan Ramen at Noodlecat.
Love the Dan Dan Ramen at Noodlecat.
Banh Mi Benedict at Jack Flaps Luncheonette.
Banh Mi Benedict at Jack Flaps Luncheonette.
Salade Niçoise at Le Petit Triangle Cafe.
Salade Niçoise at Le Petit Triangle Cafe.
Korean Poutine from Wok N Roll at Edgewater Live.
Korean Poutine from Wok N Roll at Edgewater Live.
Milk Chocolate Sriracha Caramel Bars - Recipe here!
Milk Chocolate Sriracha Caramel Bars - Recipe here!
First custard of the summer! Cinnamon Honey at East Coast Original Frozen Custard.
First custard of the summer! Cinnamon Honey at East Coast Original Frozen Custard.
Gettin' tiki with Popsmith Pops Apple Ginger Pop!
Gettin' tiki with Popsmith Pops Apple Ginger Pop!
Turducken Sandwich -- chicken, turkey, crispy duck prosciutto, arugula, cranberry aioli, and stuffing bread at Bonbon Pastry and Cafe.
Turducken Sandwich -- chicken, turkey, crispy duck prosciutto, arugula, cranberry aioli, and stuffing bread at Bonbon Pastry and Cafe.
Protip: "I hate eating the same thing for breakfast everyday. I like to buy a few things each week that I can easily alter each day for a little variety. I got some Greek yogurt, cherries, bread and a banana which let me make this gem. I spice it up a bit with things around the house, since we usually have some oats, peanut butter and cinnamon around. The next day I can put last nights leftovers on the toast and top it with an egg. The day after that I can put the cherries, banana and some berries from the garden on the Greek yogurt with a little honey. With a little imagination I can make a variety of great breakfast items for the week."
Protip: "I hate eating the same thing for breakfast everyday. I like to buy a few things each week that I can easily alter each day for a little variety. I got some Greek yogurt, cherries, bread and a banana which let me make this gem. I spice it up a bit with things around the house, since we usually have some oats, peanut butter and cinnamon around. The next day I can put last nights leftovers on the toast and top it with an egg. The day after that I can put the cherries, banana and some berries from the garden on the Greek yogurt with a little honey. With a little imagination I can make a variety of great breakfast items for the week."