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The Food Network Comes Into Your Home

In Partnership with Food Network Kitchen Inspirations

We talked to Jen from OK and here’s what she had to say:

If Jen Had a Food Network Show
My Food Network segment would be called "Dining on a Dime" and would feature meals costing very little. I enjoy cooking food that I can get cheap and that fits in my monthly budget.
Her Experience Making the Food Network Kit…
The Food Network Meal Kit had a medium level of difficulty. There were more steps to the instructions than I anticipated, but the instructions were easy to follow.
Jen’s Thoughts On The Flavor…
The shrimp scampi was good for being an at-home meal kit, but it lacked flavor overall. The texture was good.
Why she’d Make a Food Network Kit on her Show
I would include the Food Network Kit by focusing on the cost of the kit and protein and how they fit into a family budget. I would recommend using the kit as a starting point for creativity on adding extras like tomatoes.
Food Network Kits help home chefs create tasty dishes without difficult instructions.

Food Network Kitchen Inspirations Kit

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of Food Network Kitchen Inspirations.