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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 FN Dish Editor in View All Posts, November 7th, 2008
Food Network is excited to announce the launch of Food Network On the Road, which is now available as a free download in the Apple App Store.
Food Network On the Road allows fans to effortlessly find recommended restaurants and road trip ideas from top shows like Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, The Great Food Truck Race and more. Plus, get tips for popular dishes, save places you want to visit and recommend your favorite destinations to earn Food Network badges.
Download Food Network On the Road
Sometimes, The FN Dish has a light news day and we need inspiration. It’s like planning dinner every night. Luckily, FN can help with the latter. Check out Food Network’s Recipe of the Day widget.
Even if you’e never heard of a widget, this easy (and free) tool offers up a fresh printable and shareable recipe daily. If it looks tasty, click View to read the full recipe. Don’t like today’s pick? There’s also an easy recipe Search button.
Click here to get started and then click on the red Grab It button. Easy instructions walk you through placing our Recipe of the Day on your Facebook or MySpace page, blog or social network.
If you prefer to have recipes when and where you shop, try Food Network Mobile. Quick, concise recipes…at your fingertips and on your phone.