Food Network’s In the Kitchen App Gets a Makeover

By: Sarah De Heer

iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch owners rejoice: The latest version of Food Network's In the Kitchen App has new features that will make browsing your favorite recipes and Food Network chefs even easier.

In the Kitchen delivers all-star dishes and menus on the go from Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri and more. Find thousands of the best kitchen-tested and fan-rated recipes for weekday dinners, in-season cooking, memorable holidays and easy parties — perfect for the big game this Sunday. Plus, tap into smart new tools:

Compare Recipes: Not sure what to make? Browse titles, cook times and ingredient lists of several all-star recipes at once. You can even use the tool to mix-and-match recipes for party menus.

Ratings and Reviews: See what other fans have to say about Food Network’s best recipes.

Shopping List: Find what you’re craving, save the ingredients you need to your phone, then head to the store — no pencil needed.

Take Notes: Jot down substitutions, swaps and timesaving tips alongside recipes to make them your own again and again.

Recipe Box: Save recipes in your recipe box with our new direct login feature, and access every dish easily from your phone or computer any time.

More Cool Tools: In the Kitchen makes your iPad your sous chef with a unit converter and multiple cooking timers so you’ll know exactly when dinner (or dessert!) will be ready.

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