The stars of Dishing it Up shine at the Sydney premiere of new SBS series which promises to erase the shine from cooking shows
It has been described as Gogglebox for food.
And the stars of SBS’s Dishing It Up beamed as they gathered at Sydney’s Shell House ahead of the cooking show’s premiere.
The bold new original show erases the showbiz sheen of cooking shows to see canape critics turn into cooks by recreating famous dishes.
The stars of SBS cooking show Dishing it Up were all smiles as they launched the quirky, quirky series that promises to ‘erase the shine’ from reality shows. Here: mother and daughter team Sara (left) and Magda
The eight-part series will feature six pairs trying to cook picture-perfect dishes on the show.
Radio host, actress, writer and comedian Veronica Milsom adds her comedic touch as the series’ narrator.
Couple Stefan (left) and Yash looked stylish with Yash wearing a button down top and an ochre-coloured cardigan. Stefan opted for a crisp white top and jeans for the event
Mother and daughter team Sara and Magda kept it glamorous with Sara wearing a strapless polka dot dress.
Magda opted for a black top and pants which she paired with a graphic jacket.
Couple Stefan and Yash looked stylish with Yash wearing a button-up top and an ochre-coloured cardigan.
Best friends Jonathon and Hari looked smart while presenting the show
Stefan opted for a crisp white top and jeans as the couple posed in front of the media wall.
Meanwhile, best friends Jonathon and Hari looked smart as they introduced the show.
Hipster parents Waz and Jen stole the show with Waz sporting a graphic top and jeans.
Hipster parents Waz and Jen stole the show with Waz sporting a graphic top and jeans. Jen, meanwhile, kept it glamorous in a wrap dress
Jen, meanwhile, kept it glamorous in a wrap dress.
Also posing on the media wall were married couple Fiona and Jeremy and sassy pals Matt and Anna.
Series creator and producer Michelle Galluzzo of The Precinct said the show was designed to entertain.
Sassy pals Matt and Anna looked ultra glamorous as they posed in front of the media wall, getting very glamorous for the occasion
“Dishing It Up is a cooking show like no other — designed to entertain cooks and non-cooks alike,” she said.
“There’s no competition (other than a healthy couple’s rivalry), no fabricated drama (aside from the occasional smoke alarm) and no prizes (aside from bragging rights for the best cook at home),” she added.
“The beauty of Dishing It Up is that it’s real, raw and relatable – a stark contrast to the pitch-perfect, stylized celebrity chef cooking shows we’re used to.”
Dishing It Up airs Thursday, September 29 at 7:30 p.m. on SBS, SBS Food, and SBS On Demand.
Series creator and producer Michelle Galluzzo (front right with the cast) said the show was designed to entertain cooks and non-cooks alike.
Dishing It Up will premiere Thursday, September 29 at 7:30 p.m. on SBS, SBS Food, and SBS On Demand. Pictured: casting shot