Is this 2017's biggest food trend?

Fish selfies: The great 2017 trend.
Fish selfies: The great 2017 trend. Photo: Instagram Josh Niland

OK, maybe chefs taking fish selfies wasn't the biggest food trend in 2017, but it was certainly the best. 

Was it Josh Niland, the Neptunian chef of Sydney's Saint Peter who caused miffed mirror dory to replace freakshakes in our feeds? Or Josh Lewis from Fleet, always hiding shyly behind a monstrous tuna?

Whoever was responsible for the flush of fins, a tip of the cap. Thanks for making Instagram in 2017 a better plaice. 

 

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Wollongong Mirror Dory @saintpeterpaddo #spfishwall ⚫️🐟

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Recreating my St Peter fish tshirt with this Spiky Dory.

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Stay tuned. We have a new website coming and it's 

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Now that's what you call a large John Dory @northbondifish #dory #fish #bondi #doingtherounds #tats

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The national Good Food Guide 2018, in partnership with Citi and Vittoria, is available from newsagencies, bookstores and via thestore.com.au/goodfood, RRP $29.99