Before the likes of Come Dine With Me and Masterchef were a thing, everyone was vying to be on this nineties classic.
And with the news that Ready Steady Cook is back in 2020, now is your chance to don a green pepper or red tomato apron.
The production company behind the much-anticipated reboot is looking for "dynamic competing pairs" from Manchester to put their cooking skills to the test.
Whether you enlist the help of your colleagues, friends, partners or a family member, you'll then be paired up with one of the BBC shows new chefs.
The best bit? You don't need to be a 'expert in the kitchen' to take part.
And we all know what would make better TV.
Ready Steady Cook last aired in 2010, hosted by Ainsley Harriott but when the brand new version hits screens next year, there is a new host in town.
Rylan Clark-Neal will front the new look show having just wrapped up the reboot of Supermarket Sweep on ITV2.
The brand new series, contestants will go head to head but in a new twist, they'll now face two different taste tests and "the clock is always ticking".
The first challenge will see them use a £10 budget to buy a bunch of ingredients and have just 20 minutes to cook up a storm.
In the second, they'll have just 10 minutes to create a dish based on audience ingredients cards meaning anything could come there way.
But of course, and traditional to the show, the final winner will be decided by the Ready Steady audience by showing thier red tomato or green pepper voting cards.
Want to give it a go?