Cook123.com Launches with Large Library of HD Food Videos

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Cook123.com, a Massachusetts-based startup, has made hundreds of high quality HD videos featuring local celebrity chefs available via streaming.

Cook123.com has launched with nearly 1,000 food recipe videos.

Cook123 offers over 100,000 recipes that emphasize today's culinary criteria of local ingredients, sustainability and nutritional awareness, as well as recipes that cater to a wide variety of dietary needs. Cook123 additionally owns one of the largest drinks archives on the web, with nearly 13,000 recipes.

"It's difficult to distinguish yourself in this industry. Everyone has a ton of good recipes. But what sets us apart from other food-content sites is our focus on quality food video content," says Langhan, who was one of the co-founders of the Food Network. "We have some of the best chefs from around the country helping you prepare some really great food," he continues. Indeed, Cook123 boasts over 1,000 broadcast-quality high definition videos featuring celebrity chefs and contestants on culinary shows like Hell’s Kitchen.

"We've got a great library of food videos and we're working to make it discoverable to the world," adds Chief Technical Officer Ted Chan, who also has an impressive track record of successful startups. "Many sites just have static recipes, but the new web demands more immersive experiences.

Having roots in Cambridge and MIT, Cook123 uses the best of high-end tech talent and analytics to create a personalized user experience. We have over 100,000 recipes and 1,000 broadcast-quality videos that reflect above all, healthy and delicious food using today’s culinary criteria such as local ingredients and sustainable farming techniques.

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Cook123 is owned and operated by Media Program Network, Inc., a privately held content company created by media and Internet professionals, including veterans of the newspaper business and founders of The Food Network & Wine TV.

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