Finally Apple Phones Enter Your Kitchen

Food lovers can access recipes, along with essential utility-based kitchen tools, anytime and anywhere using iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

Designed to run seamlessly across all iOS devices the new app recognizes the device it’s being downloaded to and launches the appropriate version.

Food Network, which operates in the food and lifestyle entertainment markets, announced Thursday that its ‘In The Kitchen’ App is available on the App Store.

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“The In The Kitchen App is the next step in expanding our role as a central resource for expert-tested recipes from America’s favorite chefs,” said Bob Madden, senior vice president and general manager,

“The app provides an on-the-go way for consumers to find Food Network recipes whenever and wherever they need them. This is one of many new digital products that we’ll be rolling out to entertain and delight our Food Network fans.”

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Features of the In The Kitchen App include:

45,000 recipes from America‘s Food Network chefs: each recipe comes complete with photos and step-by-step instructions. Seasonal menus will be updated monthly and Thanksgiving recipes will be featured at launch.

Recipe box for saving favorites: users with a account can access and browse their online recipe box with the ability to add new recipes directly from the app.

Shopping list with sharing functionality: users are able to add ingredients from the recipes to a shopping list that they can share with friends via email, Facebook and Twitter. Shopping lists are available in offline mode, too.

In-app timers: users can set timers as they work on the recipe without ever leaving the app. Additionally, timers are available in offline mode as well.

Unit converter to assist with accurate measurement: for cooks that need to convert measurements, they can do so with just a swipe of the finger.

The In The Kitchen App joins Food Network Nighttime as the second app available from the Food Network and features short form video, show recaps and programming schedules.

The In The Kitchen App is available for $1.99 from the App Store on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch or at

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