The British format will to be adapted by FremantleMedia is searching for chefs “from the diva of dinner parties to the hero of home-cooking.” TEN is hoping the series, to follow The Biggest Loser, will replace the hole left by Big Brother.
Information and application forms are available at masterchef.com.au
Entrants must be over 18 years old whose main source of income cannot come from preparing and cooking fresh food in a professional environment.
Entries close January 9th.
Time to throw your Chef’s hat in the ring.
In 2009 we are about to see who can take the heat…and who had better get out of the kitchen!
The search is on to find Australia’s first true MasterChef. Network Ten and FremantleMedia Australia want every kitchen wannabe, from amateur chefs to budding foodies, to toss their chef’s hat in the ring to ultimately become Australia’s next super Chef.
A real life drama will play out during this enthralling new series as the contestant’s kitchen courage is put to the ultimate test. From highs to lows, our cast of characters will be catapulted from starters to mains then desserts and back again.
If you’ve ever dreamed of becoming the country’s greatest chef but life has taken you in a different direction now is the time to reach out and grab on to this opportunity. If your cooking talents are yet to be discovered, from the diva of dinner parties to the hero of home-cooking, this show is for you.
MasterChef Australia is a new reality format for 2009 based on the hit UK series of the same name.
The key guidelines for applicants are that they must be 18 or over as of Feb 9, 2009 and your main source of income cannot come from preparing and cooking fresh food in a professional environment (restaurant, hotels, canteens etc).
We want budding chefs from all walks of life. A love of food and food preparation will be the common denominator with all contestants. This series will turn the reality genre on its head, making cooking the hot sexy topic of 2009.
If you are interested in being a part of this exciting new series then head to our website for more information and applications.
Applications close on January 9, 2009. So put aside some time this festive season, throw your hat in the ring and set the food industry on fire in 2009.