After giving members of the press a taste of the pressure in the kitchen in a friendly—but still competitive—media cook off, female-centered channel Diva Universal is ready to broadcast anew the seventh season of one of Australia’s top rating reality show, My Kitchen Rules.
The rules remain the same—every week 18 talented team, composed of one professional chef and an inexperienced cook, will go head to head in “instant restaurant rounds” where they are required to cook up the best three course meals that will get them to the next round.
“What separates us from other cooking reality shows is that it’s a challenge to have a tandem of a professional chef and a regular person who doesn’t even know how to cook. If you’re the regular person who doesn’t have the skill, what will become of you? If you are the professional chef, you’ll get frustrated with your partner’s lack of skill. So I think those things, among other factors, make the show very exciting to watch,” Lesley Ngo of Diva Universal told The Manila Times.
To add new flare to the long running reality show, the My Kitchen Rules franchise has brought in renowned UK chef Rachel Khoo as its newest judge.
My Kitchen Rules season 7 premieres on May 9.