The Best Cooking Classes in the Food Network Kitchen App This Month

If you haven't yet heard of the Food Network Kitchen app, you're in for a treat. With live and on-demand cooking classes, full show episodes and more, it's designed to be an essential part of your culinary arsenal. We've rounded up all the classes available for free this month, plus a few more for you to try when you download the app. But don't delay; they'll only be unlocked until the end of the month.

September 1, 2020

Bev Weidner: Apple, Ham & Cheddar Biscuit Cups

When it comes to packing lunchboxes, think beyond the ham and cheese sandwich. These sweet-and-savory biscuit cups are stuffed with caramelized apples, ham, rosemary and melted cheddar.

Lasheeda Perry: Three Ways to Level Up Caramel Apples

Name a duo that's better than caramel and apples. LaSheeda will show you how to take these autumn treats to the next level.

James Briscione: Pan-Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apples & Bourbon

Apples are the perfect compliment to a perfectly cooked piece of pork. Wow your family tonight with James' help, as he sets you up to look like a pro!

Katie Lee: Farro, Butternut Squash & Arugula Salad

Feeling stressed? Eat this salad. No seriously: Farro has a high magnesium content, which can help relieve tension. It’s also really high in fiber. This recipe is also delicious in the fall using pumpkin or other autumn squash varieties.

Molly Yeh: Black & White Doughnuts

Molly gives humble doughnuts the black-and-white-cookie treatment, by dunking them in contrasting chocolate and vanilla glazes.

Justin Chapple: Salmon Piccata with Herbed Pasta

Chicken piccata's buttery lemon sauce might just work even better with salmon. Serve it over Justin's herb-flecked pasta for some impeccable freshness.

Rick Martinez: Salsa, Three Ways

Elevate your chip-dipping game with Rick's three amazing varieties of salsa—including fresh guacamole, chunky pico de gallo and smoky salsa roja.

Jeff Mauro: Pretzel-Coated Boneless Wings with Beer Cheese

Now this is the ultimate bar food. Jeff shows you how to make these boneless chicken wings, which are coated in crunchy, salty pretzels, then he whips up some impressive dipping sauces.

Ming Tsai: Pork & Ginger Pot Stickers

There's nothing more satisfying than making your own pot stickers from scratch. Ming shows you how to make an easy and authentic dumpling wrapper at home, with a flavorful pork, cabbage and ginger filling.

Ree Drummond: Lasagna Soup

Join the Pioneer Woman for a comfort food classic that she loves to serve for her sons. It's an even easier way to have all the lasagna flavors you love on a busy weeknight.

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