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by Sarah De Heer in News, February 1st, 2012
By now you’ve heard the news that Apple launched the first-of-its-kind Apple Watch late last week, allowing users to message friends, track fitness goals, check news and scores, and more. But did you know that Food Network’s award-winning In the Kitchen app is now available on Apple Watch? For you Food Network fans, this means more ways to keep up with your must-watch shows and interact with your favorite chefs’ recipes.
If you’ve already opened up your Apple Watch, or you’re waiting for that coveted delivery to show up at your doorstep, here’s what you need to know about using In the Kitchen on the Watch:
- No matter what day or time it is, you can check out what’s airing on Food Network at that very moment, and what will be on next.
- For most shows, you can see which recipes your favorite Food Network star is making on that particular episode.
- If you see a recipe you like, you can add it to your Recipe Box to make sure you don’t lose track of it.
- Once you’re on your phone or tablet, open your Recipe Box to have the recipe at your fingertips in the kitchen.
by Michelle Buffardi in News, February 15th, 2011
iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch owners rejoice: The latest version of Food Network’s In the Kitchen App has new features that will make browsing your favorite recipes and Food Network chefs even easier.
In the Kitchen delivers all-star dishes and menus on the go from Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Guy Fieri and more. Find thousands of the best kitchen-tested and fan-rated recipes for weekday dinners, in-season cooking, memorable holidays and easy parties — perfect for the big game this Sunday. Plus, tap into smart new tools:
Compare Recipes: Not sure what to make? Browse titles, cook times and ingredient lists of several all-star recipes at once. You can even use the tool to mix-and-match recipes for party menus.
Ratings and Reviews: See what other fans have to say about Food Network’s best recipes.
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by Michelle Buffardi in News, November 9th, 2010
- Food Network's Milissa Tarquini demonstrates the recipe search function on the ITK app. (Photo 2011©Alexander Bitar)
Last week was social media week in New York City — a chance for New Yorkers to learn about the latest trends in social, mobile, gaming and more across categories like food, entertainment, music and fashion. At an event called Eats & Apps, put on by MouthoftheBorder, the latest apps were presented to food lovers (professionals and enthusiasts alike). And by apps, we mean -etizers and -lications. Sliders, mac and cheese, veggie chili and fries from build-a-burger joint 4Food were passed as party-goers chatted with the creators of the newest products marrying tech and food. Attendees had the opportunity to try out the new apps and talk to the creative minds who brought them to life, as well as mingle with food writers, bloggers, editors and home cooks. Food Network’s In the Kitchen App for iPad, iPhone and Android was there, joining the ranks of the latest, greatest must-have food and cooking apps of the moment.
- Food Network's new In the Kitchen app is available for iPad, iPhone and iPad touch.
Some things every home cook needs, whether you’re a novice or a pro: measuring cups and spoons, a good set of pots and pans, a kitchen timer and trusted recipes. Great news — the last two are available in a new Food Network mobile app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad that you can hold in your fingertips (while using your pots and pans). Read more