Even before the current season has stopped simmering, Bravo’s reality show Top Chef has been renewed for a third season. Citing Nielsen Media Research, Variety says that Top Chef “ranks as the No. 1–rated food series in the cable universe, averaging 1.22 million viewers in the 18–49 demo.” Access Hollywood notes that those numbers show the series to be up 56 percent from the first season.

While there’s no news yet on where the third season will take place—Los Angeles, San Francisco, or a brand-new city—casting calls are being held this month in Dallas, Miami, Las Vegas, New York, and San Francisco.

If you think you have what it takes to throw some food on a plate while either insulting the sexual practices of or spewing violent threats at your fellow cheftestants, check out the casting information at Bravo.com.

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