Welcome to Food Network Kitchen! A Ground-Breaking New App Experience
This new app will bring us into your kitchen like never before with hyper-interactive classes, on-demand video, Alexa support — and so much more.
Our fans know that when they need a foolproof recipe, an easy answer to a cooking question or even just a bit of fun with food, FoodNetwork.com will have exactly what they want. It’s our mission to delight, inspire and, of course, teach our millions of viewers everything we know about food and cooking. And today, Discovery is announcing a new offering that is going to help you achieve all your kitchen goals — the all-new Food Network Kitchen app!
In partnership with Amazon, Food Network Kitchen is a cooking experience like you’ve never seen before. At the app’s launch, subscribers will enjoy more than 800 on-demand cooking classes and up to 25 live (!) weekly cooking classes that invite you to cook along with your favorite Food Network chefs (like Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis, Martha Stewart, Guy Fieri, Alton Brown, Ina Garten, Ree Drummond, Valerie Bertinelli, Molly Yeh and more), plus an ever-growing roster of experts and tastemakers in the food world. And for the first time ever, you’ll be able to talk to our chefs directly! Classes will be interactive, allowing the chef and viewer to communicate in real-time — an experience unlike any that’s been offered anywhere before.
Plus, Food Network Kitchen will walk you through our favorite dishes with 100+ step-by-step video recipes that will rotate seasonally. Users will have access to our library of over 80,000 recipes and a curated selection of Food Network’s hit cooking shows. And with Amazon’s Alexa support, you’ll be able to use voice technology to browse classes and recipes, and pause, restart and revisit instructions at any point — a true cook-along experience.
Food Network Kitchen will be wherever you are — on iPhones and iPads, Android mobile devices, Amazon Fire Tablets, Echo Show and Fire TV — when it launches in October. Then it will roll out to media players and streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, Google Chromecast and Xbox One and Xbox 360 through 2019 and 2020.