Food Network Kitchen, the first of its kind culinary app, today announced the launch of three new, original programs, featuring Food Network talent Alton Brown, Bobby Flay and Jet Tila. The new content will begin premiering in June and will be available exclusively to Food Network Kitchen subscribers.
Premiering Monday, June 1st at 6pm ET, alton & elizabeth cook some food features Alton Brown and his wife Elizabeth Ingram in a series of weekly live cooking classes inspired by their YouTube series Quarantine Quitchen. Each week, Alton and Elizabeth will pull from their pantry to make easy dinners while answering fans' cooking questions in real time. Alton & Elizabeth cook some food is the latest live class offering from Food Network Kitchen. In addition to live classes, Food Network Kitchen offers more than 2,500 on-demand classes with world renowned chefs, culinary experts and fan-favorite personalities.
"alton & elizabeth cook some food is really an opportunity for me and Elizabeth to do what we love to do, which is a live show with literally no planning," said Alton Brown. "Like most Americans we run into the kitchen at least once a day in a panic, but something tasty always results. And since we'll be plugged straight into our Food Network family, we'll get to answer questions on the fly and pretend like we actually have guests over...because we remember that."
Boy is Back on the Grill: Bobby's Bangin' Burgers premieres early June and will bring viewers right into Bobby Flay's kitchen and backyard in Los Angeles. The burger course, inspired by Bobby's original Food Network show Boy Meets Grill, allows Bobby to share a deeper level of passion and expertise focused on one of his favorites, burgers, with home cooks.
"To me, burgers can be the perfect bite, and experimenting with flavors, ingredients, toppings and condiments, the combinations are nearly endless," said Bobby Flay. "The classic, crunchified, cheeseburger will always hold a special place in my heart, but creating the nine new combinations for this summer's Food Network Kitchen burger course was delicious work and I am excited for everyone to make these burgers at home."
Ready Jet Cook, the second season of this Emmy and JBF Nominated digital series will premiere later in 2020, featuring Jet Tila and new flavor-packed recipes. Jet will share the best ingredients, tools and techniques for pan-Asian cooking at home. By breaking down key skills and sharing personal stories, each episode takes viewers on a culinary journey with Jet.
"I'm excited to bring fans another season Of Ready Jet Cook! I'm going even deeper into America's favorite Asian dishes, demystifying the pantry and secret techniques never taught before. Stay tuned!" said Jet Tila.
Food Network Kitchen launched in the United States in October 2019 as a first-of-its-kind direct-to-consumer product with proprietary streaming technology, offering consumers live, interactive cooking classes; on-demand cooking classes; ingredient home delivery; trusted recipes; and direct access to Food Network talent and culinary experts.
SOURCE: Food Network