Or maybe it does...
Whether you were a fan of the red, blue and yellow kitchen and the dulcet tones of Mr. Loyd Grossman or it's Gregg and John shouting at each other that tickles your culinary fancy, if you've always dreamed of being a Masterchef, then here's your chance.
We'd like to see how you jazz up your veg pots for an evening meal. In short, we want to crown our very own innocent Masterchef.
All you have to do is add a comment at the bottom of this post, telling us the best veg dish you've ever made (if it involves a veg pot you'll get bonus points) and giving us one good reason why you should be in with a chance of becoming our very own Masterchef.
Then in a couple of weeks we'll draw up a shortlist and ask you to vote for the finalists – we'll ask the top 3 chefs to come into Fruit Towers and compete in our very own version of Masterchef, right here, in our kitchen. The challenge will be to do something magical with one (or more) of our veg pots and a bunch of other ingredients.
We hope you're up for it. In the mean time, here's something to tide you over, in the shape of an example of how to fix up your veg pot real sharp.
Spicy Prawn Thai Curry (with a veg pot)
Search the freezer.
Choose your additional ingredients.
Fry up your prawns in some garlic, ginger and chilli.
Heat up your veg pots in a pan and add a generous squeeze of lime.
Serve (and then realise you're fresh out of coriander to jazz up the presentation).
Await the judge's decision
(The obligatory fork shot)
"I'm getting lime, I'm liking the crunch of those water chesnuts and the plumpness of those prawns.
"You've cooked them beautifully."
"The combination is just stunning. But you could add a little something extra. Maybe some coriander. Naan bread. Some more heat, some more sweetness...to really make it sing to me".
You get the idea.
So get those culinary thinking caps on, post your entry as a comment below by Friday 13th February and may the pots be with you.