Food consumption practices among different social groups get attention from sociology scholars because of their symbolic meanings. At the same time, food consumption practices in contemporary society are affected by a new phenomenon – social media. This study explores how food consumption practices on social media are interconnected with social status. Data from 20 in-depth interviews with undergraduate students, including photo elicitations, have been collected in order to understand how food consumption practices on social media are used to reflect and reinforce social status. Results of this study show that people use social media as a tool for displaying their cultural tastes and symbolic boundaries that are attributed to their social group.