Just Got a Huge Makeover

A new homepage offers a bigger, brighter window into the food stories we tell.

By: Eric Kim

In a digital landscape that’s constantly changing, we wanted to provide an updated experience for our users that’s not only easier to navigate — with all the recipes, chefs, shows and videos you love — but also one that’s reflective of the trending nature of food news and culture today.

Highlighting our newest and best content, the redesign puts the timely food story front and center. A constant stream of new and exciting content populates the “What’s New” feed every day, 24/7. Whether it’s the latest from Worst Cooks in America or that food-related moment from the Winter Games that just happened, we’ve got it covered.

The revamped front page provides a clearer window into what we at Food Network do best: tell food stories.

As more and more people are watching digital video on desktop and mobile, we’ve updated our player so it overlays directly within the experience, making video much easier to watch on, including full episodes from your favorite shows like ChoppedDiners, Drives-Ins and Dives and The Pioneer Woman.

We’ve made it easier to check the TV schedule as well. All you have to do is hit the “On TV Now” button in the top navigation to see what’s on air, and you can even get the recipes from that airing episode.

Despite these technological updates, however, our focus will always be the food, and helping YOU to cook it. Whether you’re making dinner on a weeknight, or thumbing through for inspiration over the weekend, when it comes to good, honest recipes, we’re here for you.

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