Hervey Bay couple Dan and Steph Mulheron - who cooked their way into Australia's hearts when they were crowned the winners of the hit TV show My Kitchen Rules - are helping out the community.
Hervey Bay couple Dan and Steph Mulheron - who cooked their way into Australia's hearts when they were crowned the winners of the hit TV show My Kitchen Rules - are helping out the community. Contributed

My Kitchen Rules couple to share secrets of the sausage

HERVEY Bay's My Kitchen Rules stars are helping out in the Fraser Coast community while also planning their white Christmas.

Dan and Steph Mulheron will be at Scarness Park this Sunday to help Sparks Dance Studio raise money for their upcoming trip to the United States.

The pair was also scheduled to attend a hospitality class at Xavier Catholic College on Friday, but media commitments in Sydney meant they had to reschedule.

Dan says he has a new sausage-making machine that he plans to take along to the class, where he will show the students how easy it is to make sausages.

He also hopes to open the student's eyes to the wide variety of sausages that can be made and there might even be a competition as to which student can combine the most interesting and tasty ingredients.

The couple have also committed to attending Gayndah's Binjour Plateau Primary, which has 18 children, to celebrate the school's 100th birthday.

Meanwhile the couple have booked flights to the United States and plan to spend Christmas in New York.

They have long dreamed of having a white Christmas together and Dan said they planned to be overseas for a month visiting Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Mexico, Las Vegas and of course New York.

"It will be great," Dan said.

He said the trip was the one thing the couple had allowed for themselves from the $250,000 they won after being crowned champions on My Kitchen Rules in April.