TV3 cookery/reality TV show â€˜Come Dine With Meâ€™ has this week featured contestants from Limerick city and county.
The half-hour show has for each night this week broadcast from Limerick, with contestants drawn from the city and county.
The programme sees a different individual each night host a dinner party at their home for complete strangers, competing for a â‚¬1,000 grand prize.
On Monday night, Nadia Sakni, from Dooradoyle, was the first to host, preparing a broccoli soup, and roast chicken, followed by a delicious looking crumble.
Following on from Nadia, Caherdavin man Cyril Oâ€™Neill, prepared an all out Elvis extravaganza, which included plenty of fried food.
During the first of the Limerick episodes, Mr Oâ€™Neill raised eyebrows after he used Nadiaâ€™s back garden as a toilet, and then made some controversial comments on women in the kitchen.
Meanwhile, this Wednesday night, Pallaskenry mum-of-four Kathleen McKeown - a self confessed fussy eater - took over, followed by beautician Jane Higgins-Sheedy on Thursday.
Car salesman Graham Culleton - who admitted his cookery skills are limited â€“ completed the line-up.
The winner of this weekâ€™s contest picks up a cheque for â‚¬1,000. But sources have indicated to the Limerick Leader that there is to be a controversial twist in the tale.
Although the show spends a lot of time with the contestants, who give cutting critiques to each others cookery skills, Jane said she felt in the end, they got on really well.
â€œIt is not often you get to do something different so for the sheer experience of it, and the fact that I met four lovely people while doing it, that in itself was definitely a plus,â€ she said.
Come Dine With Me airs on TV3 at 9pm.