Food Network launches a new app

Late last month, Food Network announced that it was launching a new app that would provide subscribers access to on-demand cooking classes, including up to 25 live classes a week. The app, which was developed in partnership with Amazon, has now officially launched.


Called Food Network Kitchen, the app offers cooking classes featuring Food Network chefs like Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Martha Stewart, Guy Fieri, Alton Brown, Ina Garten, Ree Drummond, Valerie Bertinelli, Molly Yeh and more. The live classes are interactive, allowing the chef and viewers to communicate in real-time.

In addition to the cooking classes, Food Network Kitchen contains seasonal video recipes, and a “curated selection” of Food Network’s cooking shows. Since the app is Alexa-enabled, subscribers can verbally access content, pause, rewind, and restart instruction. If anyone has tried the app, please let us know how you like it.

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  • mlanthie  on  October 30, 2019

    Not available to those in Canada.

  • vglong29  on  November 2, 2019

    This is okay. There are a lot of video classes. They are good in that there are some chefs who don’t have Food Network shows, but only so-so in that it’s really just watching someone make a dish, not much teaching. I can get that on YouTube for free. The only thing that would make me want to pay is having access to the shows on cable without having cable. There are some shows, but only a small fraction of current shows. Most are older shows. At least they have a 3 month free trial offer right now.

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