Published Monday, 30 September 2013
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The popular UTV series sees Paul and long-time pal Nick Nairn sail into ports along the Ulster and Scottish coastlines to face the culinary challenge of creating, preparing and serving delicious three course meals along the route.
The best friends use their combined knowledge of food to source the best local produce at each destination and develop new tasty recipes.
Speaking to The Magazine's Sarah Travers on Friday, Paul admitted he loved making the programme so much that he would actually pay money to do it - though he probably shouldn't mention that to the UTV bosses.
"It has been an absolute joy to make; it's almost like a magnificent holiday.
"You get to hang out with your buddy, you get to eat great food, there's wonderful scenery, meeting great characters, and its great craic out in a boat."
And the friendly rivalry between Ulsterman Paul and Scottish Nick is evident no matter where their travels take them.
"One of the theme's throughout the programme is Nick and I are continually duelling about where potatoes came from, who first made whiskey, who has got the best seafood, etc." he said.
On Monday, the pair sail into Campbeltown on the Kintyre peninsula in Scotland, where a visit to a local smoke house inspires them to create an Ulster scotch egg.
Viewers can watch Paul & Nick's Big Food Trip on Monday from 8pm on UTV.
The Magazine with Sarah Travers returns to UTV on Friday from 8pm.
And you can follow The Magazine on Twitter @UTVMag
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