The producers of Come Dine With Me are looking for Huddersfield's finest foodies to show off their culinary prowess.
The Channel 4 show needs contestants for a new series of the cooking competition, with a cash prize of £1,000 up for grabs.
Huddersfield Town fan Carl Longson , originally from Marsden, scooped first place when he took part last year.
And in 2009, kitchen designer Neil Hemingway scooped the cash prize - could you follow in his footsteps?
Past series have seen contestants from Crosland Moor, Paddock, Flockton and Almondbury take part.
To apply to be a contestant on the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, here's five of Come Dine With Me's most shocking moments - from road kill cooking to drunken hosts and awkward introductions.
Click below for a gallery of shocking moments - and watch the clips below
Dawn takes a nap
Dawn Barry's dinner guests were left to cook her main course after she had a little bit too much to drink and took herself to bed during her dinner party.
Dawn Barry, of Lancashire, was deemed one of the show's best ever contestants by fans. She tragically passed away last year after a long battle with alcoholism and depression.
Alison the road kill chef
Nomad Alison Brierley, originally from Leeds, shocked her dinner party guests with a menu featuring road kill - including a pheasant she found killed at the roadside.
Sushi served the authentic way, apparently - these Bristol contestants got a shock in 2009 when one contestant decided to become part of the evening's menu.
Greg loses his rag
Poor Greg. Apparently he's had enough - and has been putting up with the other contestants' flirting "all blummin' week". All it takes in this clip is an chest/chocolate incident and Greg flips.
Nice to meet you, indeed
And here's how not to greet your dinner guests - Carol gets more than she bargained for (but doesn't seem to mind) when she greets Johnny in this rather disturbing clip.
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