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returns in 2017, there'll be a new pair of judges weighing in on the contestants - but they'll be familiar faces to many.Pete Evans and Manu Feildel, who have been an integral part of the previous seven seasons of Having eaten in hundreds of homes throughout Australia during their previous experiences on the show, Pete and Manu will now jump across the ditch to meet new teams of home cooks in New Zealand."I love New Zealand – there are so many beautiful places to visit, and so much local produce and flavours to cook with.KAREN & ROS – MIDWIVES (VIC)" data-reactid="83"Karen & Ros - Midwives (VIC).Source: Channel Seven These housewives from Victoria are ready to deliver in the kitchen!With three and four adult children respectively, these Melbourne mums enjoy a shared passion for their families, their work, fitness and cooking.Ros, 55, says: “Because we cook so much for our big families we’re really bloody good at it”.“And being midwives, we’re used to being organised which gives us a huge advantage,” adds 50-year-old Karen.In terms of their signature dishes, they would have to be tiramisu (Karen) and roast pork (Ros).
From cooking meltdowns to dining room showdowns, viewers can expect plenty of drama when My Kitchen Rules returns tonight.
From Tassie sweethearts Damo and Caz, to flirty midwives Karen and Ros, and outspoken siblings Amy and Tyson (TV villain alert), it’s safe to say there’s the right combination of ingredients to make this our next television addiction.
DAMO & CAZ – TASSIE SWEETHEARTS (TAS)" data-reactid="33"Damo & Caz - Tassie Sweethearts (TAS).
The pair’s competitive advantage is also their cultural expertise, which they hope to demonstrate through their cooking.
David’s family came to Australia on a boat from Vietnam, while Betty’s family are from Laos.“We’re cooking food our mama’s have taught us, that we’ve grown up with, that we love to eat, so hopefully we’re serving up something they’re not expecting or haven’t tried before,” says David.