Mark your calendars foodies, Park City’s Chef Houman Gohary will grace TV screens around the nation on Dec. 17, when he appears on the Food Network’s “Beat Bobby Flay.”

Before he will be given the chance to take on Flay, Gohary must compete against Chef Alex Stratta of Las Vegas. The victor will then compete against Flay himself to make the best version of the chosen chef’s signature dish, which will be judged by a panel of culinary experts.

Gohary is the owner of Good Karma restaurant and Instant Karma Artisan Foods and culinary director of Park City Culinary Institute. Previously he was the Ritz Carlton’s international culinary trainer in Osaka, Shanghai, Barcelona and Dubai, and has overseen food operations for international luxury properties.

This may be the first time Gohary has had the chance to cook side-by-side with Flay, but he’s no stranger to the Food Network. He often scouts culinary talent for the Network, which has also featured Good Karma on its programming. Aside from the Food Network, Gohary has appeared on NBC’s Today Show and on the Discovery Network.

To watch Gohary in action, tune in on Dec. 17 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.