Discovery’s Food Network Kitchen App Offers Live, Interactive Cooking Classes With Guy Fieri, Martha

Discovery’s Food Network Kitchen App Offers Live, Interactive Cooking Classes With Guy Fieri, Martha


Discovery has announced it’s launching Food Network Kitchen, a subscription service app that will offer subscribers live, interactive cooking classes, as well as on-demand cooking classes, home food delivery, and thousands of recipes and videos A purchase of Food Network Kitchen will also burnish the newly launched initiative Turn Up: Fight Hunger, a campaign in partnership with No Kid Hungry that aims to provide 1 billion meals to kids in the U S.; one purchase of an annual subscription will provide up to 100 meals to kids living with hunger  “As one of the largest media companies in the U.S., Discovery is privileged to be able to purposely give back to our communities and enact social change Turn Up: Fight Hunger is a fantastic opportunity for us to use that power to help those in need across the country,” said David Zaslav, president and CEO of Discovery, Inc , in a press release. “Hunger is a pervasive issue in our country, one that is largely hidden in plain sight, but it is a problem that can be solved ” Discovery is a principal sponsor of Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Summit, and later today Zaslav and Martha Stewart will join CNN’s Brian Stelter onstage for a conversation at the Wallis Annenberg Center in Los Angeles Food Network Kitchen will launch across Amazon Alexa and Echo Show, Fire Tablets, Fire TV, Fire TV Edition smart TVs, and iOS and Android mobile devices today Additional platforms will be added in 2020. It is currently priced at $47.99 per year, or $4 a month There is also a 90-day free trial period. Chief among its services? Twenty-five live and interactive cooking classes per week that will allow users to actually communicate with chefs in real time; at long last, you can tell Guy Fieri what you think of going to Flavortown Some of the other chefs involved include Stewart, Ina Garten, Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, Giada De Laurentiis, Alton Brown, Andrew Zimmern, Ree Drummond, Daniel Boulud, and more  Ray in particular will offer a live class every day during the week of November 11, promoting the season premiere of her show 30 Minute Meals on November 9 Users will have instant access to all 10 episodes of the season as well. For the less interactive among us, the service will also offer thousands of recipes and step-by-step instructional videos The app will broaden its horizons in 2020 by offering users 24/7 culinary support  — Our cover story: Joaquin Phoenix on River, Rooney, and Joker— Plus: why a neurocriminologist left Joker completely stunned— Charlize Theron’s transformation in the Fox News movie wows at the film’s debut— Ronan Farrow’s producer reveals how NBC killed its Weinstein story— Read an exclusive excerpt from the sequel to Call Me by Your Name— From the Archive: How a near-death Judy Garland’s 1961 Carnegie Hall performance became showbiz legend Looking for more? Sign up for our daily Hollywood newsletter and never miss a story 10 Enchanting Movies and TV Shows About Witches1 / 11ChevronChevronFrom Everett Collection I Married a WitchThis overlooked 1942 gem stars Veronica Lake, she of the perfect side part, as a colonial Salem-era witch who gets burned at the stake, then reawakened hundreds of years later, determined to get revenge on a descendant of the family who tried to kill her I Married a Witch is more rom-com than horror, a love story with a healthy serving of cauldrons and broomsticks It’s easy to fall under its spell. (On Filmstruck.)Most PopularSeth Meyers and Ina Garten Day-Drinking Is the Only TV We Need Right NowBy Laura BradleyHow Much Nostalgia TV Can You Handle?By Joy PressThe Best Movies and TV Shows to Watch on Hulu in October

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