Duos draw on family heritage
Family Food Fight, Nine, Sunday at 7pm
FOLLOWING its debut last year, Family Food Fight has a new look and format.
The reality cooking competition has been shaken up to set the scene for some seriously good home cooking by some very colourful characters.
Sparks will fly, taste buds will tingle, and magic will happen in the kitchen.
This year, eight food-loving families of two will battle it out for the spoils, which again include not only ultimate bragging rights as Australia’s number one food family but $100,000 in prizemoney.
Their efforts will be tasted and critiqued by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Matt Moran as Family Food Fight’s lead judge.
He will be joined by pastry chef Anna Polyviou and British food critic Tom Parker Bowles (all pictured).