The New FoodNetwork.com Is Here!

by in News, January 23rd, 2014

FoodNetwork.com Home Page

It’s ready! We are so excited to introduce FoodNetwork.com’s freshest look, with all-new, improved ways of discovering the best recipes, videos, tips, restaurants, chefs and shows around. After months of planning and plotting, testing and tweaking, our cleaner, smarter, easy-to-browse site is ready for prime time.

“We’re thrilled to roll out our rebuilt sites for desktop and mobile this week,” said Angela Moore, vice president of Food Network’s digital group. “FoodNetwork.com’s new design, navigation, search and overall experience enable our audience to find the content and tools they need to make their lives — and meals! — easier, more enriched and more fun.”

Here’s a quick tour of the new look and feel:

At your fingertips are your favorite chefs, their recipes, their shows and even their exclusive digital content, like Bobby Flay Fit, complete with bolder visuals and easier-to-navigate pages filled with videos, recipes and tips.

Bobby Flay Fit on FoodNetwork.com

We know you crave information about what to watch, and you want to find it as quickly as possible, discovering what’s new on air as well as when you can see your favorite shows. So we’ve updated our program guide for fast searching.

FoodNetwork.com Program Guide

We wanted the new site to be bolder, brighter, modern, smart and fun. You’ll notice that social sharing tools are simple to find without getting in the way of photo galleries, videos and tip-filled articles.

The Social Toolbar on FoodNetwork.com

And because sometimes you just want to get dinner on the table (or the party started!), we’ve gathered and streamlined the look of  our  in-the-moment coverage of eaters’ favorite recipes, holidays and events, like the Super Bowl. Our Big-Game Bash is big-game central, taking you from the best kickoff appetizers to easy fan-favorite desserts. You’ll find the look cleaner, better organized and quick to browse on your computer. Don’t forget to try out our all-new Recipe Box, too; save Food Network recipes, your own and those from other websites, and keep your shopping list synced no matter which device you’re using—easy!

Big-Game Bash on FoodNetwork.com

Here’s a look at what you’ll see in our mobile experience when you’re on your phone at the market, getting ingredients or standing in line deciding what to make for dinner:

FoodNetwork.com Mobile

But we also know that sometimes food tastes best when you’re on the road, so we’ve improved our restaurant coverage, giving you up-to-date searchable listings of all the diners, drive-ins, dives and top-notch sit-down spots our shows and chefs are visiting, so that you can, too.

On the Road on FoodNetwork.com

These are just a handful of the new features we’ve cooked up to improve the time you spend with Food Network. Click around and have some fun finding many more. We hope you’re pleased, and we’re excited to hear from you. Tell us what you think!

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Comments (92)

  1. JanB says:

    Unfortunately I am not happy with the NEW recipe box. It is very user unfriendly.
    I want the old format back, please.
    The SAVE button hardly ever works and can take weeks to become active after viewing a show.
    I never had any probs with the old site and could find things very easily.
    This loud garish (no help button) redo looks like it took an 8th grader 10 minutes to design.
    Is anyone listening??
    HELP….

  2. Kyle says:

    I hate hate HATE the new layout. If someone doesn't get rid of the atrocious hyperlink garbage that makes any printed recipe completely unreadable we will be going elsewhere.

  3. Karen says:

    CAN'T STAND this new website and the recipe print layout with all the links. It makes reading the recipe so tedious and difficult, I don't even want to use the recipes any more. What a drag. Is Food Network listening to all the complaints or do they even care?? The old website was much more user friendly—bring it back!

  4. etaylor says:

    Hey Food Network — ARE YOU READING THESE POSTS?? We hate the links in the recipes. If you do nothing else, you need to fix this, or no one will ever use your recipes!!

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