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RSS Feeds (Really Simple Syndication)

 

What is RSS and what can it do for me?

Really Simple Syndication. Basically that means foodnetwork.ca content comes to you!

You can read new articles and blogs from your desktop through a feed reader, such as Google Reader or NewsGator. Your web browser might also be an RSS reader; the latest versions of Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Safari allow you to view all your feeds right in the browser.

You can also grab feeds from your other favourite websites and have all your favourite news, articles and blogs in one spot.

What kind of foodnetwork.ca content can I read through RSS?

Currently all the foodnetwork.ca blogs, and some of our newest articles, have RSS feeds (see the list of feeds below).

How do I take advantage of these feeds?

You can download an RSS reader or aggregator, or you can use web-based readers. These programs pull all the latest foodnetwork.ca content you've subscribed automatically for you to read in a format that's similar to email.

Here's what you do to start reading foodnetwork.ca content through RSS feeds:

  1. Check out the list of feeds below and click the link(s) of the feeds you're interested in reading regularly
  2. Copy the URL from the address bar of the feed page
  3. Paste the URL into your RSS reader
 

Where can I get an RSS reader?

Currently all the foodnetwork.ca blogs, and some of our newest articles, have RSS feeds (see the list of feeds below).

If you don't want to download anything, check out some of these more popular web-based readers:

 

Important Notice:

By accessing Food Network Canada's RSS feeds, you accept and agree to these RSS Terms of Use.



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