Great Britain has an appetite for cookery shows and the BBC has a new one to serve up, hosted by Claudia Winkleman.
Mary Berry is back on the box as a judge, having left The Great British Bake Off when it moved to Channel 4, scouring the nation for the best home cooking there is to offer.
Alongside fellow cooking royalty Dan Doherty and Chris Bavin, Berry will closely observe the 10 home cooks though a series of challenges.
Here’s everything you need to know about Britain’s Best Home Cook:
What is Britain’s Best Home Cook?
The new cookery show, which lasts eight weeks, will see 10 contestants go head-to-head to show off their individuality, skill and creativity in the kitchen.
How does it work?
The chefs will face two rounds all together, with the ones who failed to make their marks battling it out in the elimination round.
First up is the “Your Ultimate…” round with the cooks getting the choice of what they want to make, showing off their finely-tuned skills to impress the trio of judges.
Battling: The contestants will face a series of challenges each week (BBC/KEO)
The winner – or winners – of round one get to choose a main ingredient from a selection for the second round, the Cooks Challenge. This is where cooking gets tough – the contestants must be able to handle the ingredients given to them, even if they’ve never used it before in their cooking career.
Who are the three judges?
Former Great British Bake Off legend Berry will be on hand to offer her finest critique to the contestants.
She will be flanked by produce expert and former market trader Bavin and current Duck and Waffle chef director Doherty.
Who is presenting the show?
The episodes will be fronted by Strictly Come Dancing favourite and co-host Claudia Winkleman.
When is Britain’s Best Home Cook?
Britain’s Best Home Cook begins on Thursday 3 May at 8pm on BBC One, available shortly after on BBC iPlayer