Channel 4 Show ‘Come Dine With Me’ Is Looking For Yorkshire Folk To Apply

Channel 4 Show ‘Come Dine With Me’ Is Looking For Yorkshire Folk To Apply

Fancy yourself a bit of a chef? Know your way around the kitchen? Or are you the hostess with the most-est? Well, we’ve got the opportunity for you to showcase your skills. Come Dine With Me in Yorkshire is happening this year – over this way and are looking for people in York, Harrogate and more to take part in their show.

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We all know Come Dine With Me and voiceover artist Dave Lamb with his classic and hilarious remarks on what the people on the show are cooking. It takes a lot of skill to pull off a successful dinner party. From the moment you invite your guests into entertaining them whilst serving up some tasty food.

If you’ve been living under a rock and don’t know how Come Dine With Me works, you take it in turns with other guests to host the perfect dinner party during the week and award points at the end of the night. Just make sure you tidy up before hand as your rivals get the opportunity to snoop around your house.

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You could possible get the chance to win £1,000 by creating the perfect menu and hosting the most entertaining dinner party for your guests in the beautiful historic city of York, Harrogate and other places in Yorkshrie.

There have been some classic moments in the iconic TV show that has been running for over ten years now. From the now iconic ‘I Hope You’re Happy, Jane” to other moments when they either burn the food or have awkward altercations it has managed to entertain the nation.

Sasha Risner, Casting Producer, said: “Following the success of previous episodes in Yorkshire we are back looking for hosts to create the recipe for success.

“We are looking for keen cooks with bags of energy and who areup for the challenge of winning £1,000!”

If you’d like to take part in the show, head over to their website here and apply. Filming should begin in September.

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