My Kitchen Rules judges Manu Feildel, left, and Pete Evans.
My Kitchen Rules judges Manu Feildel, left, and Pete Evans. Andrew Shaw

Entries are open for the next round of My Kitchen Rules

TWEED foodies here is your chance to cook your way into the limelight.

Top rating television program My Kitchen Rules is calling for applications for its next season, keen to see home chefs enter the frantic fray of culinary creation.

Series producer Evan Wilkes said the last application period saw a mountain of entries from the region and he was hoping to see the same result this year.

"We actually got a whole lot of contestants from the area," he said.

"Almost more than other much larger areas."

Mr Wilkes said the program was looking for avid cooks from all walks of life who were just keen to have a go.

"We try to go and find everyone that applies, we want great cooks, but also just passionate cooks," he said.

"Someone who's honest with themselves.

"We go for all different ages, different backgrounds, different jobs and relationships."

Mr Wilkes praised the Tweed's excellent produce and growing foodie culture and said that he wasn't surprised that My Kitchen Rules was a popular talking point amongst locals.

"It's a massive food area, there's a lot of great produce there," he said.

"Just have a go.

"Try your luck, because you never know and we're on the look out right now."

Teams of two can apply, with the proviso that they must have had a pre-existing relationship.

Head to au.tv.yahoo.com/my-kitchen-rules to submit your application.

If you are going to apply My Daily News would love to hear about it by email at luke.mortimer@mydailynews.com.au



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