Turn up the gas and get ready to get cooking...or at the very least drooling over some impressive dishes.
MasterChef Australia has announced its premiere date for 2021 and, it's soon!
The 13th season (feeling old yet?!) is set to begin on Channel 10 from Tuesday 20th April at 7.30pm.
That's mere weeks away.
Much to our delight, last year's judges Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo, are returning once again.
The trio took over from MasterChef stalwarts George Calombaris, Matt Preston and Gary Mehigan, and exceeded all fans' expectations.
"Our esteemed judges Jock Zonfrillo, Melissa Leong and Andy Allen return to the MasterChef kitchen ready to be surprised, intrigued and inspired by the country's next generation of culinary superstars as they battle it out for the title of MasterChef Australia and a cash prize of $250,000," the statement reads.
Some of the show's most loved guest judges and esteemed chefs will also be returning to the series to share their expertise.
"In 2021, MasterChef Australia will be seasoned to perfection with some of the world's most recognisable and beloved chefs including the Queen of the kitchen Nigella Lawson, Yotam Ottolenghi, Heston Blumenthal, Massimo Bottura and Clare Smyth, all set to challenge the top 24 contestants.
"Plus, homegrown sensations including Curtis Stone, Kirsten Tibballs, Darren Purchese, Alla Wolf-Tasker, Scott Pickett, Poh Ling Yeow, Callum Hann and Reynold Poernomo return to put the cherry on top of a must-watch season."
We can only expect the delicious bar to be raised once again this year and can't wait to tune in.
MasterChef will continue to air on Wednesday and Thursday nights after its premiere on Tuesday.
Our first look at this year's contestants has also been revealed.
Leading the pack and first to be revealed is Brent, who compares his cooking style to his face - "not refined at all", then Kishwar, who hails in from a big family of cooks, and Minoli, who at the age of 31 lost her sense of taste.
Also appearing this season is part Taiwanese, part Burmese, part Chinese cook Therese, who has one specific foodie passion, and that is French pastry, and Elise, who is a self-confessed feeder and says her love language is food.
"I want to make people happy, I want to make things beautiful," Elise admits in the trailer.