Do you fancy yourself as a wee bit of a Jamie Oliver or can you whip up a frenzy in the kitchen like the fruity and fabulous Nigella Lawson?
If so, you could be exactly what the producers of the hit Channel 4 show Come Dine With Me are looking for.
Of course, being slightly off the wall and willing to let cameras into your home is also a bit of prerequisite for taking part.
And, as anyone who’s watched the show will know, being able to get on with some other larger than life characters could also be a saving grace!
As is the ability to cook for four complete strangers and not want to kill them when they slate your culinary masterpieces or query your family recipes.
But, if you think you can handle all that pressure while being filmed for national television, then the producers definitely want to hear from you now.
Producer and director Simon Grant said: “The nation’s favourite tea time tickler is coming to Aberdeen and South East Aberdeenshire.
“We are on the look out for fabulous hosts to firmly put Scotland on the culinary map.
“We need five hosts to stage five dinner parties across five nights and there’s £1000 up for grabs for the winner.”
Come Dine With Me is coming back for a new daytime series in 2016.
And the show is filming between March 6 and March 11 in Aberdeen and South East Aberdeenshire.
Anywhere within a 50 minute radius of Aberdeen will be considered by the production team.
Simon added: “Are you the host with the most?
“Can you cook up a storm in the kitchen?
“Will you be able to pull off the dinner party to end all dinner parties?
“If you, or anyone you know, can step up to the plate and rise to the challenge then we definitely want to hear from you!”
Will you be one of the five strangers, over five days, from all walks of life, taking turns to host the perfect dinner party for each other? Well, there’s only one way to find out!
To be in with a chance of winning the £1,000 best host award, simply email CDWM@shiver.tv or call 0871 244 4142 and leave your name, address, age and contact details.
Applicants must be over 18 with a passion for cooking and be available from March 6-11.
* First broadcast in January 2005, Come Dine With Me is a global success story – the format has been taken up by broadcasters around the world.
An element of comedy is added to the UK shows thanks to comedian Dave Lamb, who provides sarcastic narration.
A string of stars have also taken part in celebrity versions of the show including Claire Sweeney, Darren Day, Edwina Currie, Jimmy Osmond, Jodie Marsh, Christopher Biggins, Lee Ryan, Lembit Opik, Peter Stringfellow and Wayne Sleep.