Charleston area novice cooks and seasoned chefs will want to take advantage of this deal from Target as we all need a little help in the kitchen from time to time and Target wants to give you the culinary upper hand when it comes to whipping up a delicious home-cooked meal.
Target shoppers are eligible to receive a one-year subscription to Food Network Kitchen at no cost, totally FREE. This is one tasty offer for hungry bargain hunters, as the annual subscription is regularly $39.99. To redeem this offer, click here.
We all have a favorite celebrity chef and lovewatching the Food Network for a little culinary inspiration and everyone is invited to go inside the channel’s kitchen for insider tips and assistance in preparing your family’s next favorite dish.
The popular channel not only has a monthly magazine, numerous cookbooks, and line of kitchen products, they also have a go-to, one-stop online source for recipes of all kinds, cooking tips and so much more. The Food Network Kitchen has all your cooking needs in one place. Explore tried-and-trusted recipes, save time with meal planning, learn new skills taught by world-class chefs and stream popular Food Network shows commercial-free.
With recipes from easy to advanced, there are thousands of online cooking classes available, just prop up your cell phone or tablet in the kitchen and you’re ready to start chopping along.
The complimentary subscription is available through December 31st.
Fine Print: The offer is only open to new Food Network Kitchen subscribers and cannot be combined with any other offer or promotion. A payment method is required to sign-up. The complimentary subscription automatically converts to a paid subscription on an annual basis, unless canceled during the one-year trial period.
Don’t forget to set a reminder on your phone to cancel in time to avoid any charges. In fact, you can cancel immediately and still access the premium content for the full year at no cost.
For more information about the offer, including signing up for the complimentary trial, click here.
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