Nigella Lawson is the focus of a new trailer for the new season of Seven’s My Kitchen Rules
A fresh trailer for the upcoming season of Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules gives fans a taste of what to expect from the revamped cooking show.
Starring British celebrity chef Nigella Lawson, the preview promises a new season of stylish, wholesome entertainment and family-friendly recipes.
The trailer sees the glamorous 62-year-old food writer in the back seat of a limousine cruising the city streets, professing her love for home cooking.
A fresh trailer for the new season of Seven’s My Kitchen Rules gives fans a taste of what to expect from the revamped cooking show. (Image: Manu Feildel and Nigella Lawson)
“When you think about the food you love, it’s almost always home cooking,” says Nigella.
“I’m a homemaker and it’s the food I want to eat. I’ve traveled 17,000km to find Australia’s best home cooking!’
Nigella walks past houses and explains, “They could be behind this door or that door.
“Someone might be cooking it right now – the best recipe I’ve ever tried, a hidden family treasure, only they know.”
The trailer proclaims “Nigella is here” and sees the glamorous 62-year-old in the back seat of a limousine, cruising the city streets and professing her love for home cooking
An excited Nigella then climbs out of the limousine and is greeted by co-host Manu Feildel.
Fans are then treated to a park backdrop on the beach as the pair walk arm in arm and greet diverse teams from Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia, Victoria and NSW as they cook up a storm.
The trailer ends with Nigella trying a dish while the contestants wait in silence.
In a scene from the trailer, Nigella travels the streets wondering where to find the best home cooking in Australia
An excited Nigella Lawson getting out of a limousine next to Manu Feildel
“Food is meant to be shared,” she says, before the teams join in.
The new trailer comes after the best-selling cookbook author was spotted filming scenes for MKR at the Sydney Opera House.
Nigella has replaced disgraced chef Pete Evans as co-host of the popular show alongside returning judge Manu Feildel.
The MKR preview teases that the new season promises stylish, wholesome fun with treasured family recipes. Images: MKR participants
“Going out to restaurants can be a pleasure, but for me the true story of food is told through the cooking we do at home,” she said in a statement.
“To have the chance to advocate for home cooks and receive the intimate privilege of being invited into people’s homes to eat their food fills me with equal parts gratitude and excitement!
“I am also very much looking forward to working with Manu. He’s a chef and I’m a homemaker, but the fact of the matter is that we both just want to eat well.”
Nigella has replaced disgraced chef Pete Evans as co-host of the popular show alongside returning judge Manu Feildel Image: A scene from the trailer
She added: “I feel like I can learn a lot from him but all I know is we’re going to have a lot of fun in the process. I can barely wait for it!’
Award-winning food journalist and TV personality Matt Preston will join MKR this season.
And celebrity chefs Colin Fassnidge and Curtis Stone will return as guest judges.
“Going out to restaurants can be a pleasure, but to me the true story of food is told through the cooking we do at home,” Nigella said in a statement
Starring acclaimed British food writer Nigella Lawson, the preview teases that the new season promises stylish, wholesome fun with treasured family recipes