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  • Food Network subscription makes cooking interactive
  • Food Network subscription makes cooking interactive
    Soroush Karimi (2018) ©
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Food Network subscription makes cooking interactive

The Food Network has launched a subscription service for exclusive content aimed at die-hard cooking show fans. By creating an interactive element and letting viewers order specific recipes from programs, the network is hoping to lure people who want 'insider' foodie status.

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