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Food Network’s Cooking Channel Launches

Food Network’s Cooking Channel Launches

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Today’s launch of the new Cooking Channel has come with a lot of anticipation form people who love seeing delicious cooking recipes on TV. This is the second channel by Scripps, the same company that owns the Food Network. The channel used to be FLN or Fine Living Network. Scripps, the corporation that owns Food Network, announced their decision to make a second channel due to the growing demand for food-central advertising and viewership. The channel will feature different styles and kinds of cooking and cuisines. There will be Italian, French, Chinese and Indian cooking. You will find many cooking stars such as David Rocco, Roger Mooking, Aida Mollenkamp and many more. The channel will also run old shows, like Julia Child and Galloping Gourmet. Michael Symon (Iron Chef), Emeril Lagasse and Rachael Ray will also join later this summer. Bobby Flay will also join this fall. Chuck’s Day Off, Chinese Food Made Easy and Indian Food Made Easy can be watched at Cooking Channel. The senior vice president for ad sales for Scripps Networks, John Seintlauf, said “When you see Fox lining up its third Gordon Ramsay cooking show in prime time, I think food’s arrived as a mainstream genre.”

Stars of the channel include: Aida Mollenkamp, Roger Mooking, and David Rocco among others. You will also be able to see old shows like Julia Child and Galloping Gourmet. Favorites in among cooking enthusiasts.

Today, viewers have learned Indian cooking with Anjum Anand and Chinese cooking with Ching-He Huang. Laura Calder is also showing her versions of classic French dishes. You can also expect Rachel Allen’s Bake, Bill’s Food and Bill’s Holiday with Bill Granger. There will also be italian dishes with David Rocco and Chuck’s Day Off with Chuck Hughes. For the list of the full program lineup for the Cooking Channel, check out CookingChannelTV.

Cooking Channel is an entertainment brand dedicated to today’s passionate food lover. From the creators of Food Network, it’s for food people, by food people. We throw open the doors for this audience on TV and online, sparking the conversations that fuel people’s passion for food and cooking. Dynamic experts offer depth and detailed information including unconventional how-tos, global cuisine, wines and spirits, international travel, history and hidden gems, and even some classic favorites. Cooking Channel — stay hungry.