Let Food Network Set You Up with 'Meal Match'

Swipe to meet your soul ... meal.

Valentine's Day is around the corner and love is in the air. Or is that 40-Cloves-of-Garlic Chicken Alfredo that we're smelling? Either way, it smells lovely and we're hungry. If you're like us, you're constantly on the lookout for true love, or more importantly, your next meal.

Now you may not think of Food Network as a matchmaker but trust us on this. Our new site feature, Meal Match, is going to set you up with potential meals that we're sure you'll connect with. Just swipe to spice up your cooking routine.

If you're familiar at all with dating in this day and age, then you'll be immediately comfortable with the setup:

Drop in on the game from your mobile device while you're scrolling our homepage or click here.

A recipe photo will pop up and that's when you start doing your thing. Don't like a recipe? Swipe left. Think this recipe is going to make you happy for the rest of your life (or at least for a night)? Swipe right.

If you can't decide on looks alone, just click on the recipe tile and you'll find the basics (reviews, ingredients and how long it takes to make) which will help with the decision. Any recipes you swipe right on will be collected, and you'll have the option to add them to your Saves folder. You'll come out of it with a list of drool-worthy recipes that you can't wait to meet IRL.

Happy swiping!

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