Channel Seven has announced auditions for its very own cooking competition, pitched as a successor to its former reality series My Restaurant Rules.
My Kitchen Rules, produced in-house by Seven, will see teams of two from each state looking for “Australia’s best home-cooking team.”
Each team will compete from their own kitchens and will have to transform their home “into an instant restaurant for one pressure-cooker night.”
Applications are currently open online at mykitchenrules.com.au
To apply you will need to complete a single application for both participants.
Questions on the form include:
What style of cuisine do you enjoy the most? Is this what you like to cook most?
Do you like to experiment in the kitchen? Give us an example:
Do you get stressed in the kitchen? How do you handle it?
If you were to throw a dinner party this weekend, tell us what your menu would feature (Entree, Main, Dessert, Other):
What has been the most difficult thing in your life so far?
Can you comfortably throw a dinner party for 6 people in your house?
Have you ever applied for, or appeared on, any other television program or game show?
Do you have any specific eating requirements (eg. Are you a vegetarian, Kosher, Halal)?
Do you have any criminal charges or convictions?
Have you ever been party to a lawsuit?
If chosen to be on the program, is there any person or part of your life that you would prefer not to share on camera? (i.e. – social organisations, activities, personal history, friends, family, etc.).
Applicants must be available immediately until 30th November.
As is increasingly the case with TV auditions, there are also stringent rules about disclosing information before, during and after the audition process to media.
The terms and conditions for contestants stipulates: We also promise that we will not communicate to the public via the internet (eg blogs, personal websites, chatrooms) at any time about our participation in the Program. If we breach any of the promises we have made in this application, we understand that we could cause serious financial and other loss to the Producers and they might take legal action against us to prevent us from breaching these promises or to recover from us any losses suffered.
Nine is also preparing a cooking contest, The Great Aussie Cook Off.