Brent compares his cooking style to his face - "not refined at all."
A self-taught chef, this contestant grew up eating meat and three veg, but has learned on his own how to give his dishes that je ne sais quoi.
"I found a passion that I didn't know was there."
With Kishwar hailing from a big family of cooks, food has had a big part in his life.
"The Bengali cuisine that I carry with me has been passed down from generation to generation. I've always taken a little creative license with it," she admits in the trailer.
At the age of 31, Minoli lost her sense of taste but when it returned, her cooking skills were transformed to a new level.
"It's given me a whole new insight into flavour and an understanding of food that I never had before."
Part Taiwanese, part Burmese, part Chinese cook Therese has one specific foodie passion.
"I love cooking French pastry," she admits in the trailer.
Introducing himself as a "young, Greek, gay boy with a mullet", Conor also says he has a very distinct cooking style.
“My cooking is very Greek, with heaps of South East Asian ingredients which some people like to call fusion. I like to call it confusion, because I, myself don’t really know what’s going up on the plate half the time.”
Self-confessed feeder Elise says her love language is food.
"I want to make people happy, I want to make things beautiful."