Food Network Kitchen is making people's cooking, shopping and food experience more convenient, joyful and delicious- have you downloaded it yet? Fans can now stream live cooking classes with two-way interaction, allowing users to communicate in real-time with Food Network's culinary experts. Unlike any other class experience, users will learn directly from the best culinary leaders.
On Sunday, February 23rd, Food Network Kitchen features an all-day long comfort food marathon including classes for dishes such as Broccoli and Cheddar Mac 'n' Cheese, Chili Con Queso, German Apple Strudel, and a free class featuring Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwiches. Plus, throughout the week, Food Network Kitchen offers up classes featuring easy and hearty pasta dinners such as Alfredo Shrimp Scampi Dump Dinner, Bucatini alla Carbonara, Ricotta Gnocchi with Brown Butter and more. A complete lineup of classes is available within the app, some additional highlights for the week of February 23rd include: Maneet Chauhan and Eric Greenspan on Sunday, February 23rd, Jeff Mauro on Monday, February 24th, Antonia Lofaso on Monday, February 24th and Wednesday, February 26th, Michael Symon on Thursday, February 27th, Jet Tila on Friday, February 28th, and Geoffrey Zakarian on Saturday, February 29th.
The new app is broadly available now across Amazon Echo Show, Fire Tablets and Fire TV streaming media devices, as well as iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android mobile devices, and across additional platforms and devices later this year.
SOURCE: Food Network