My Kitchen Rules

2nd January 2014

Think you've got skills in the kitchen?

Well, Lorraine will be the judge of that.

The TV chef and best-selling author will judge and co-host a brand new competitive cookery show My Kitchen Rules, where she'll be joined by Michelin starred chef, Jason Atherton.

The format, which is already a big hit in Australia, will pit couples from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales against each other in a series of "cook-offs" in their homes to see who can whip up the most mouth-watering menu. Lorraine and Jason will put the couples through increasingly tough challenges, including catering for the public, before battling it out in the My Kitchen Rules studio.

With an impressive one million cookery books sold, Lorraine has worked in some of the worlds leading restaurants and in 2011 presented her first TV show Baking Made Easy, so who better to be a helping hand to the contestants?

Famed for opening Gordon Ramsay's restaurant Maze to critical acclaim - and chef/owner of London's Pollen Street Social - Jason is the perfect person to join Lorraine, and we have no doubt he'll hold the competitors to his own very high standard.

"2013 is proving to be an exciting year for me and I'm really looking forward to working with Lorraine on My Kitchen Rules," says Jason. "I can't wait to hit the road to meet some of the UK's most accomplished home cooks."

Fellow judge Lorraine added: "I am truly delighted to be working with the world-renowned chef Jason Atherton on My Kitchen Rules. I am a huge fan of Jason's beautiful food; he is a very talented and exciting chef which makes him the perfect co-host and judging partner for the show."

Get ready for courses of passion, tears and triumphs as the contestants battle against the clock and each other to plate up outstanding menus and prove whose kitchen rules.

Find out more about the show on the official Sky website.

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  • Hi Lorraine,

    As a single mom from the caribbean you are an inspiration to me. Last year I saw a need to open a bakery that is different, something that is needed. Last night I was trying out a bread with sweet potato and carrots, lets say it didn't go as I thought it would so it got me down. But I'll dust myself off and press on. Good luck to you in everything you do. I'll see if I can watch the show online. Blessings to you.

  • hai hou ar you

  • from Cairo I send you my deat Lorraine all my best wishes and my kissesssssssssss toooooo.

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