There are different actions to take in cooking, baking, and other procedures related to food. To correctly read a recipe, you must first understand the language. Food websites like The Food Network can help you with this.
About Food Network
Television Food Network, or simply Food Network, is a US-based basic cable and satellite TV channel that airs regular programs and specials about food and cooking. The company was launched in 1993. Its operation is divided into various offices all over the US but its headquarters is located in New York. Food Network has five sister channels. These are Cooking Channel, DIY Network, Great American Country, HGTV and Travel Channel. FoodNetwork.com serves as the company’s official website and online magazine.
How to Search for Free Recipes at Food Network
Food Network offers an extensive recipe list from famous chefs and best-selling books. To begin your search, you need to follow the steps below:
- Go to the Food Network Recipes Page (check related link below).
- The page will provide you with a variety of subcategories that you can explore: Recipes & How-Tos, Favourites, Quick and Easy Meals, and The Latest on FN Dish. A box to sign-up for a recipe newsletter is also prominently displayed. If you’re not looking for a recipe of a specific dish, browsing these categories will give you tons of recipe ideas and information.
- If you’re looking for a recipe of a specific dish, use the Search box located on the upper left corner of the page. Enter the name of the dish or a key ingredient, then click the “Search” button. This will lead you to the Search Results page.
- On the Search Results page, click the “Recipes” link. You’ll get page after page of the recipe that you want and several variations of it. You can refine your search by Chef, Show, Cuisine, Course, Ingredient, Dish or Source.
- Once you find a recipe that you like from the Search Results page, click the title of the dish. The link will lead you to another page where the complete recipe (ingredients and directions) is posted.
If you want to have a copy of the recipe, you can “Print,” “Save Recipe,” or “Email” it.
Food Network Recipes Page: www.recipes.foodnetwork.com
Food Network Website: www.foodnetwork.com