Britain's naked chef Jamie Oliver is opening another Ministry of Food centre in Australia.
The popular cook announced on Tuesday he was looking for a location to open up a pop-up version of the kitchen and learning centres, which are designed to inspire "even the most inexperienced cook" to learn to cook a meal from scratch.
"Come on Australia, tell me where you think is the best place for a pop-up kitchen, and let's make it happen," he said.
The pop-up kitchen will operate for 12 months, and like the Ministry of Food centres in Ipswich and Geelong, will offer practical food cooking courses.
"Our dream is to have a Jamie's Ministry of Food kitchen in each State and Territory," Oliver said in a statement.
The chef will announce the winner of the national search during a visit to Sydney in March.
People can nominate their town on www.jamiesministryoffoodpopup.com.