Make the Food Network Kitchen App Your Go-To Valentine's Day Gift This Year

It's the perfect present for absolutely everyone you love.

January 24, 2020
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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! If you’re tired of giving flowers and a box of chocolates every year, we have the perfect solution: a gift subscription to the Food Network Kitchen app. Whether your loved ones are looking to hone their cooking skills, try new recipes or attempt frying an egg for the first time, this app is a great gift for chefs of all skill levels. Here’s why it should be your go-to Valentine’s Day gift this year.

Get The All-New Food Network Kitchen App

Download Food Network Kitchen now to sign up and take advantage of the latest offer and get 40+ live classes a week, hundreds of on-demand cooking classes, in-app grocery ordering and so much more.

Giada De Laurentiis features a Post Thanksgiving Monte Cristo, as seen on Food Network Kitchen Live.

Photo by: Jason DeCrow

Jason DeCrow

Your Parents Will Love It

Do your parents spend hours watching the Food Network? The Food Network Kitchen app can take their love for the brand to the next level thanks to tons of live classes (yes, live in real time!) taught by their favorite Food Network Stars including Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and Ina Garten. With a premium subscription, they can make tons of new recipes with guidance from Food Network chefs since the app also includes a Q&A feature during live classes. Plus, there are plenty of classes for weeknight dinners. Kids! Might we suggest making your parents dinner this Valentine's Day using the app? Jeff Mauro’s Presto Meatballs and Marinara are the perfect place to start.

Rick Martinez, Mexican 101, dessert, vanilla flan

Photo by: Caitlin Ochs

Caitlin Ochs

You Can Start Cooking at Home With Your Significant Other

Rather than going out to eat for date night each week, bring your love of a delicious shared meal home with plenty of recipes perfect for two. After you learn how to cook The Perfect NY Strip Steak, take Rick Martinez’s Vanilla Flan class to complete your decadent Valentine’s Day dinner. Your gift subscription will be worth it from Valentine's Day night, on!

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Brian David Photography

It’s Perfect for Your Foodie Friend

Show your friends how much you love them (and their cooking!) with a subscription to the Food Network Kitchen app. They’ll have access to hundreds of exclusive classes and recipes, including fun cocktails like Valerie Bertinelli’s Ginger Mint Moscow Mule and recipes perfect for dinner parties like these Gabriela Rodiles's Jalapeno Popper and Bacon Meatballs. Don't be surprised when your friend shares recipe ideas with you regularly thanks to the app. Girls' night has never been more delicious!

Spread the love with a gift subscription on the all-new Food Network Kitchen app by visiting to get your Valentine's Day shopping done early this year. You can choose to gift a six-month subscription for $24.99 or a one-year subscription for $39.99.

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