Food Network’s In the Kitchen App Just Got a Major Upgrade

Hint: Things are about to get personal.

Sometimes, when a craving hits, you know exactly what you’re in the mood to eat. And other times? It’s a chore to find something that sounds appealing and within your defined needs, whether that means avoiding certain food groups or time you want to spend in the kitchen at night.

You’d think that we have an endless stream of creative and quick recipes, but the reality is that we get hit with the same question at our own homes, night after night: “What’s for dinner?” Cue a blank stare into the refrigerator while you think about what Ina would do in your shoes.

We’re all about making life in and out of the kitchen more enjoyable and stress-free, so we’re getting personal with the latest version of our recipe app In the Kitchen. Choose from your favorite chefs, preferred cooking styles, and any diets or allergies, and we’ll deliver a personalized set of recipes that you’ll love, updated every day so you’ll never run out of inspiration.

Oh, and as for your panic in front of the fridge? Feel free to embrace your inner Ina and cook easy recipes tailored to your needs.

How to get your hands on these sweet features:

Download or update to the latest version of the Food Network In the Kitchen app on your Apple device. Answer a few questions (takes less than 3 minutes, I promise) and you’ll have a complete set of personalized recipes delivered each day. You can always update your preferences under Settings if you feel like you need to change things up a little.

Now go out there and show dinner who’s boss.

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