Want to Cook More in 2020? The Food Network Kitchen App Can Help with That.

We’re using the app to conquer our resolutions — and you should, too.

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Chances are, at least one of your new year’s resolutions has something to do with food. In fact, we polled our office about their foodie resolutions and created a list that includes everything from eating healthier to throwing indoor picnics. One running theme that came up in almost every resolution? Despite working with food all day, we want to spend even more time in our kitchens — and it seems pretty likely that you do, too.

Luckily, it’s never been easier to cook than it is right now, thanks to the Food Network Kitchen app. For starters, the app has hundreds of live and on-demand classes that make it incredibly easy to cook like a pro at home. You may not enjoy cooking on your own, but we’re willing to bet you’ll love cooking along with Ina, Bobby, Giada and so many other incredible chefs.

Even better? With so many amazing classes and recipes, it’s basically guaranteed that you’ll never get bored in the kitchen. Try new cuisines by making Jet Tila’s Mongolian Beef (pictured above) or Andrew Zimmern’s Shrimp Curry with Coconut Milk. Think these classes sound too intimidating? Go back to the basics with how-to guides for breaking down a chicken, whipping heavy cream or getting to know your kitchen knives.

If grocery shopping holds you back from cooking (which we totally understand), don’t worry — Food Network Kitchen has that covered, too. All you need to do is choose to “Shop Ingredients” for a class or recipe, and the app will set you up with local grocery delivery vendors (depending on your location).

Best of all, the app also provides you with a sense of community that’s both supportive and motivating. When you watch the live classes, you’re able to ask the chef questions and receive responses in real time. Plus, you’re watching along with others who are learning and cooking at the same exact time — and we all know it’s easier to learn, cook and grow when you’re in it together.

Go on out there and conquer your new year’s resolution! And if you’re feeling doubtful, don’t stress — we’re with you every step of the way.

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