Production commenced this week in Melbourne on Nine’s cooking competition, Family Food Fight.
Eight food-loving families will go head-to-head as they vie for the $100,000 prize money.
Changes this year see Hayden Quinn no longer judging alongside returning judges Matt Moran, Anna Polyviou and Tom Parker Bowles. Teams also appear to have trimmed from 4 to duos of siblings, mothers and sons or husbands and wives.
Nine’s Head of Content Production and Development, Adrian Swift, said: “After a passionate culinary showdown the Shahrouk sisters became Australia’s Number One Food Family in 2017. In season two we’ll be introducing a raft of different food challenges, from a celebrity dinner to catching fresh seafood, all sure to make temperatures rise and inspire even more home cooks around the country.”
Family Food Fight has quality home cooking at its heart and captures the essence of what brings families together at meal times and celebrations. A whole new intensity this season will see families going over and above their cooking skills in order to claim the coveted top spot.
Family Food Fight, an Endemol Shine Australia original format developed with Nine, will be broadcast on multiple nights across several weeks later in 2018.