Are you a budding chef with a lust for travel and ambitions for a future career in the food industry? Then the BBC's new televised cooking series should be your next port of call!
The BBC is advertising what they are billing as a "once in a lifetime" opportunity to cooks and chefs to showcase their culinary skills in one of the hottest food destinations on the planet - Tulum, Mexico.
Street Vendors, commis, chefs and food truck entrepreneurs to kitchen creatives, whether working in a gastropub or just starting out are all invited to apply, as long as they have a dream of leaving their mark on the industry.
They're not giving away any details of what lies ahead, only that participants "could be crowned the winner by the world's top foodies and win an amazing prize."
So if you've ever fancied making the leap into the unknown, and making your on-screen debut in a place that, well, looks like paradise, why not take a chance and sign up?
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