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  • The hashtags must be added at the moment of publication in Instagram or immediately after it, because the hashtag's feed is chronological. An easier explanation: the sooner you add hashtags after the post's publication, the more persons see your post in the feed of hashtags selected.
  • Instagram doesn't like when you use the same hashtags from post to post. Even if the theme of your posts remains the same, you can always choose different hashtags, because there are various elements in the photo. For example, if all your photos represent nature, the hashtags shouldn’t be only "nature", but could be also " sunset", "flower", "sky", "spring" etc.
  • To get more likes, use more general hashtags. For example "cafe" instead of "Starbucks". The hashtags on more general topics are more popular in Instagram, they have more viewings of posts and more likes.
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  • On Instagram the popularity of a particular hashtag is equal to the frequency of its use.
    The frequency of use is the number of posts on Instagram with a specific hashtag.
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  • is all loaded up today with fresh oysters and lamb racks cooked over with a few hickory pieces thrown in. When it comes to oysters and lamb, Australia really is the luckiest country. Can you guess what I put on the oysters.

    #1, @australianbarbecueacademy, 2019.01.18, ♥ 1420

  • Caveman T-bone steaks cooked in the Go Anywhere w/ Who else likes to cook dirty.

    #2, @australianbarbecueacademy, 2019.02.21, ♥ 1415

  • Crispy Pork Belly

    #3, @twomouthsfull, 2018.02.12, ♥ 1262

  • Steak: Striving for perfection- It sounds too good to be true, and you ve probably heard it all before. But for many devout grillmasters, this is the Holy Grail- a steak so good that it will take your breathe away. And while I recognise the dangers in making outrageous claims, let me simply say that I have arrived at a method for cooking steaks which I regard as perfect, at least until something better comes along. I like to use a bold, spicy rub which the meat because it is thick, can handle. Our new rub.dust.dry.rub did not disappoint on this occassion. I season my steaks about 20-30 minutes before I cook them. This cooking method is all about placing your steaks(900g) on a hot grill at a 45 degree angle for 3 minutes then turning the steak through 90 degrees. After 3 more minutes, flip the steaks over and repeat the process on the second side. Then lift the steaks from the grill, place them on a warm rack and tent with foil for half the cooking time. By cooking it quickly at high heat, you are deeply caramelising- almost charring- the outsides of the steaks. This charred flavour, enhanced by flames that may well rise, briefly, inside your barbecue, will contract exquisitely with the moist, pink centre of the thick steaks. Thinner steaks would be destroyed by this approach. There is room, obviously for you too adjust this approach to your very own taste. If for example, your steaks weigh 500g each, cook them less in each position. And remember: you will have paid plenty for your steaks, so for heaven s sake, don t bloody overcook them.

    #4, @australianbarbecueacademy, 2019.01.27, ♥ 1256

  • My first picanha on the bbq

    #5, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.03, ♥ 782

  • Code du Boeuf on the Black Bastard small. It just fits on the bbq.

    #6, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.03, ♥ 777

  • MEET THE MIGHTY BULLET SMOKER Whether you are looking for your first smoker BBQ or you re already a competition grade barbecue master, there is a Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker(WSM) or ProQ unit to suit your needs. The bullet smoker creates the perfect low, even heat for smoking. Try your hand at some classic low and slow dishes like Pulled Pork, Sweet and Sticky Ribs, Tender Brisket and Beef Short Ribs Add to this the versatility of the ProQ stacker units and accessories, rotisseries, Flip N Grate and rib racks and you will have one of the most versatile cooking systems on the market, one unit will smoke, roast, grill and even transform into a portable BBQ to take anywhere. And here is your chance to discover their secrets- from Australian barbecue guru Bob Hart and BBQ expert Desmond Deng who both have been devotees ever since they launched. The Weber Smokey Mountain, better known as the WSM and the ProQ, are modestly-priced barbecues which will, quickly and easily, deliver barbecued dishes you may have thought were beyond you. And beyond, for that matter, most barbecues. There are few cooks in Australia- or in the US for that matter who can match Bob Hart s and Desmond Deng s mastery of the WSM and ProQ, or the astounding array of dishes they can deliver on it. Bob Hart and Desmond Deng, in short, have accumulated knowledge that have made them a master of these remarkable barbecues knowledge that they are both now prepared, through some highly informative and entertaining classes, prepared to share. Class costs 220, after this class you will want to try all the accessories, so have a 50 voucher for accessories on us(Must be used on the day of the class) So DO NOT MISS OUT! Call(03) 9646 4494 or sign up on line at www.bbqsplus.com.au to book in for this master class on Saturday 2rd March 2019.

    #7, @australianbarbecueacademy, 2019.01.14, ♥ 616

  • MEET THE MIGHTY PIT BARREL COOKER This astounding barbecue is, quite simply, one of the world s most ingenious, versatile and innovative cooking devices. And here is your chance to discover its secrets from Australian Pit master legend Bob Hart and his trusty sidekick Desmond Deng who have been devotees ever since it first launched in the US. In the first year of its existence, Hart travelled to Louisville, Kentucky, to stay with its inventor, Noah Glanville with whom he explored, first hand, its possibilities; these two men then worked together in developing and adapting PBC recipes. The Pit Barrel Cooker is a modestly-priced barbecue which will, quickly and easily, deliver barbecued dishes you may have thought were beyond you. And beyond, for that matter, most barbecues. There are few cooks in Australia- or in the US for that matter who can match Hart s mastery of the PBC, or the astounding array of dishes he can deliver on it. Hart, in short, has accumulated knowledge that has made him a master of this remarkable barbecue knowledge that he is now prepared, through some highly informative and entertaining classes, prepared to share. Become a Pit Barrel Cooker Master with Bob Hart: The possibilities of the PBC this is a detailed exploration which reveals the deepest secrets of the PBC and the unique way in which it can be adapted to almost any barbecue task smoking, low& slow and even high-temperature roasting with a range of accessories. Class cost 220, after this class you will want to try all the accessories, which is why it also includes a 50 gift voucher for Pit Barrel accessories(Must be used on the day of the class) So DO NOT MISS OUT! Click on the link in profile to reserve a spot today.

    #8, @australianbarbecueacademy, 2019.01.06, ♥ 523

  • E sempre ora per gustare una delle nostre fantastiche di mista And always now to enjoy one of our fantastic grilled meats Und immer jetzt, um eines unserer fantastischen gegrillten Fleischsorten zu genießen

    #9, @lidoanapi_ristobeachbar, 2018.08.27, ♥ 347

  • It is Friday! Let s barbecue!. Grilled tuna!. Marinated in an Asian inspired style.

    #10, @vinoperitus, 2018.05.18, ♥ 279

  • Wagyu Scotch Fillet sizzling Best grilling weekend everybody FOLLOW- Try to put your Wagyu steak at 800 C for 90 seconds and take it out exactly at 57 C internal temp. Do not blink and do not dream while a few unnecessary seconds in this heat and you will get a dry steak and disappointment until your next steak. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    #11, @culinarytalk, 2018.09.03, ♥ 264

  • Steak& Legs.

    #12, @steakmodel, 2019.01.31, ♥ 256

  • Steak& sex appeal. Thank you for an amazing night full of food& love. Thank you.m.amarilla for fulfilling all my steak needs. I love you all you ve done something great.

    #13, @steakmodel, 2019.01.26, ♥ 252

  • Game day snack. Big to.m.amarilla who knows my steak intake.

    #14, @steakmodel, 2019.02.04, ♥ 247

  • Sua Maestá, il Wagyu

    #15, @alessandrogalantino, 2018.06.05, ♥ 234

  • Monday pick me up.

    #16, @steakmodel, 2019.02.04, ♥ 232

  • Your Meat Dreams.

    #17, @steakmodel, 2019.02.06, ♥ 226

  • And Sunday is for rest. eating the rest of your steak.

    #18, @steakmodel, 2019.01.27, ♥ 202

  • Mealtime After Workout Today= bicepsday Train hard and go your fucking own Way, doesnt matter what other People say. foodporn

    #19, @patrick_anzengruber_fitness_, 2017.12.08, ♥ 198

  • Pork rolls with smoked provola cheese, chicory and honey

    #20, @dottor_angelo, 2018.10.12, ♥ 184

  • Savor your Saturday- Savor your Steak.

    #21, @steakmodel, 2019.02.02, ♥ 176

  • The day was a success! Pulled pork seasoned with Honey Heat, smoked for 16 hours on my Pro 575.⠀ ⠀ Made enough for ten people, and it s gone. must have been good!⠀ ⠀ Happy y all.⠀ ⠀ ⠀- follow ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ ⠀

    #22, @smokedmeatsunday, 2019.05.19, ♥ 174

  • FIRE ME UP.

    #23, @steakmodel, 2019.02.01, ♥ 173

  • It is Friday! Let s barbecue!. Low& slow hot smoked trout!

    #24, @vinoperitus, 2018.06.08, ♥ 172

  • Grilled:- Filet Mignon- Potatoes- Coirgettes. Served with a creamy sauce of Funghi Porcini Secchi!. Barbecue on steroids!

    #25, @vinoperitus, 2018.06.13, ♥ 171

  • When given a bone you eat it.

    #26, @steakmodel, 2019.02.02, ♥ 170

  • The pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.

    #27, @steakmodel, 2019.01.29, ♥ 169

  • ribeye.

    #28, @ben_kadic, 2018.06.11, ♥ 156

  • The most unique thing about Dirty s has always been the people. Pictured are five lifelong employees of Dirty s, some of which worked here for over 50 years! From left to right, there s Wes, Doc, Faye, Cecil, and JT! And of course, our very own Will, who has been manning the grill here for 20 years!

    #29, @martinskumbak, 2018.06.27, ♥ 151

  • Who is ready for summer BBQ s

    #30, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.15, ♥ 146

  • Inedible yet mushroom. Next vlog is coming up next week Monday! Look out for SOAN S FARM.

    #31, @abhinavasinha, 2017.12.06, ♥ 143

  • Schrimps on the grill Dont forget to follow my page

    #32, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.07, ♥ 143

  • Turkey wrapped in bacon part 2

    #33, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.05, ♥ 142

  • We Beef.

    #34, @latranqueracordoba, 2018.02.24, ♥ 133

  • Turkey wrapped in bacon

    #35, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.05, ♥ 120

  • Mayus

    #36, @chiccoconf92, 2017.08.16, ♥ 116

  • Appetizer of the day: Cheesy Yuca Bites!.

    #37, @eltorolocochurrascaria, 2018.10.17, ♥ 113

  • Tag your friend who likes meat

    #38, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.08, ♥ 108

  • () A Meaty marvel, a flavorful hunk of beef.memorable. Beef brisket needs to come off the pit black but not burnt, generating a coating that protects the soft, succulent, smoky meat. An unforgiving cut, prepare it right and it is tender, juicy, and flavorful; cook it wrong and it is like a wrangler s leather chaps.- Brisket, the pectoral muscles of the steer is rich in connective tissue thus demanding a low-and-slow cooking process to relax the muscle into tender goodness. Low and slow, low temperature, slow cooking speed, the golden rule at Denovo.- Beef brisket, basil pesto quilted farro, smoky mezcal-maple glaze, golden crispy onion rings, tomato confit, fond brun.-

    #39, @denovomontclair, 2017.09.29, ♥ 107

  • Over the fire cooking

    #40, @andreaveccicook, 2018.07.16, ♥ 104

  • A Meaty marvel, a flavorful hunk of beef.memorable. Beef brisket needs to come off the pit black but not burnt, generating a coating that protects the soft, succulent, smoky meat. An unforgiving cut, prepare it right and it is tender, juicy, and flavorful; cook it wrong and it is like a wrangler s leather chaps.- Brisket, the pectoral muscles of the steer is rich in connective tissue thus demanding a low-and-slow cooking process to relax the muscle into tender goodness. Low and slow, low temperature, slow cooking speed, the golden rule at Denovo.- Beef brisket, basil pesto quilted farro, smoky mezcal-maple glaze, golden crispy onion rings, tomato confit, fond brun.-

    #41, @adolfo_marisi, 2017.09.29, ♥ 98

  • Foggy Barbecue/ Piemonte

    #42, @marco_ansaloni, 2017.12.29, ♥ 95

  • time

    #43, @lofficinaperugia, 2018.07.24, ♥ 95

  • Highlight of the weekend, my induction into the Dry Aged Meat club. If you didn t know, we re bout that steak life down here Special thanks to for making this happen

    #44, @aquinowill, 2017.10.03, ♥ 92

  • Fogo na Parrilla.

    #45, @pauloherloney, 2019.02.18, ♥ 91

  • If this isn t the heaven i dunno what it is!

    #46, @eliadonati, 2018.06.16, ♥ 74

  • Parrilla pegando fogo. Bull404

    #47, @pauloherloney, 2018.09.22, ♥ 74

  • Maiale al whiskey.

    #48, @spaghetto_e_tortilla, 2018.08.27, ♥ 70

  • Chiken

    #49, @di_cooking_room, 2018.06.09, ♥ 69

  • Maravilhoso prime rib

    #50, @williamparanhos2508, 2018.09.04, ♥ 69

  • Last night celebrating that we received the keys to the first home we bought together Champagne seemed to be appropriate(just as the food) Swipe for our new wine glasses, so awesome!

    #51, @kjeurs, 2018.02.04, ♥ 65

  • Questa sera in Reverse Searing!.

    #52, @gradela_veneta, 2018.06.02, ♥ 64

  • Beef mafe!.

    #53, @rockandcookyt, 2018.04.07, ♥ 63

  • Classic.

    #54, @buckaroo_bbq_joint, 2018.05.30, ♥ 63

  • Asado de tira, did you already tried this cut of meat

    #55, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.05, ♥ 63

  • SALT BAE!

    #56, @janosk8vargas, 2017.11.04, ♥ 60

  • Good morning

    #57, @gusto_amore_e_fantasia2017, 2018.10.11, ♥ 60

  • work in progress

    #58, @lofficinaperugia, 2018.07.18, ♥ 56

  • Gorgeous lunch at Al Cenacolo in Pordenone- Where taste is king

    #59, @ninuz11, 2018.05.04, ♥ 53

  • Happines. Come prendere 4 kg in una serata

    #60, @dannypanta_93, 2018.06.07, ♥ 53

  • Cuñis, wife& me!

    #61, @trokis, 2018.09.22, ♥ 53

  • SMOKIN

    #62, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.04, ♥ 53

  • Look at this video Chiken cotlets

    #63, @di_cooking_room, 2018.06.12, ♥ 51

  • Mom hooked it up with some bomb ass

    #64, @nostix_entertainment, 2018.03.01, ♥ 48

  • El diablo!

    #65, @fire_platano305, 2018.02.05, ♥ 48

  • Marmoreio!

    #66, @rafinha_bat, 2018.07.07, ♥ 47

  • Stasera Tex Mex! Chili con carne!

    #67, @laforchettadivalentina, 2018.09.19, ♥ 47

  • .ru

    #68, @di_cooking_room, 2018.06.09, ♥ 46

  • Pernil à pururuca!

    #69, @bilo_tufano, 2019.05.14, ♥ 46

  • Nothing beats a good steak frites.- Steak frites; Sidecar, Toronto

    #70, @thefuddud, 2018.05.29, ♥ 45

  • Loving beef short ribs! Miami and south Florida mobil bbq!

    #71, @urugrillparrilladas, 2018.01.29, ♥ 41

  • Gooood

    #72, @thelateguy, 2018.07.11, ♥ 41

  • 30 dias dry aged Tomahowk do nosso amigo

    #73, @williamparanhos2508, 2018.09.06, ♥ 41

  • Are you hungry

    #74, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.12, ♥ 41

  • Ñam!

    #75, @magdacoki, 2017.06.06, ♥ 37

  • Chianina(italian pronunciation keeyanina) Bistecca Fiorentina: Rules 1. Has to be served rare 2. Be 3 to 4 fingers in width 3. Cooked over wood extra rule. dont fuck with the rules actually havent had a piece of beef this good in a long long time! shame there was a limited supply. special thanks to mikey with the luscious locks.

    #76, @sj_larosa, 2018.02.25, ♥ 37

  • Carne Absolutely delicious from

    #77, @cuisineamore, 2018.06.12, ♥ 36

  • Talking about grigliate prepotenti

    #78, @andreacastelli93, 2018.04.25, ♥ 36

  • Pulled chicken, coleslaw and sweet potato

    #79, @kjeurs, 2018.03.30, ♥ 34

  • Tomahawk in process.

    #80, @donnamarivomero, 2018.07.05, ♥ 33

  • Grilling time

    #81, @josealfonsoamado, 2018.01.29, ♥ 32

  • After a morning workout, it s time for some fuel. Asian chicken thighs, broccoli and tomato.

    #82, @kjeurs, 2018.03.01, ♥ 32

  • Volcanic stones. The best!

    #83, @thelateguy, 2018.06.29, ♥ 32

  • , pode.

    #84, @cassianakk, 2018.02.17, ♥ 30

  • Asado e quilmes

    #85, @nicocara92, 2018.09.14, ♥ 27

  • WEEKEND! It is time to.

    #86, @bbq_daily, 2019.02.16, ♥ 26

  • Beef with white rice!.

    #87, @chefxtinaa, 2019.01.12, ♥ 23

  • Roasted Leg of Lamb with Roasted Carrots, New Potatoes, And Onions Recipe from JuliaMoskin at cooking.nytimes.com. With an Coating inside and outside the lamb. Also low heat at 275 degrees for hours, Then 500 degree heat for a few minutes. From in Bellingham

    #88, @nwheaven, 2018.04.02, ♥ 21

  • Iniciante.

    #89, @michellydemetrio, 2017.12.24, ♥ 19

  • Carnívora Restaurant Rumbach.

    #90, @jenricardo, 2018.06.04, ♥ 18

  • Stasera si arde

    #91, @meamater, 2018.06.08, ♥ 14

  • Ribs intere con salsa BBQ

    #92, @toto_o_purcar, 2018.08.07, ♥ 14

  • I forget if we eat to live or live to eat either way I love cooking

    #93, @big_sqz, 2018.04.02, ♥ 12

  • Friday tapas

    #94, @mar_pics, 2018.09.08, ♥ 12

  • Papa s Locas!

    #95, @esmee1611, 2019.02.03, ♥ 11

  • - Chameleon Herbie Hancock-

    #96, @jredruello, 2018.04.15, ♥ 10

  • Food mood

    #97, @echuenkova, 2017.07.26, ♥

  • Ready to grill MTY

    #98, @editorcbrt, 2017.11.06, ♥

  • The Meat Kingdom MTY Ramos.

    #99, @editorcbrt, 2017.11.06, ♥

  • We enjoyed this morning, went to the gaucho museum today, night is for

    #100, @rainbowsalads, 2018.01.07, ♥

  • Brisket and Carolina pulled pork in Vegas!

    #101, @clemtom, 2018.01.09, ♥

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