Paul and Nick's Big American Food Trip season 2←Paul and Nick's Big American Food Trip season 1
Paul and Nick's Big American Food Trip season 2 episodes list:
New series. Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn return for a new culinary road trip along the east coast of America to find out about the history of the Irish and Scottish immigrants who defined modern America. In the first programme they head to Washington DC, where they cook for former White House Press Secretary and Ulster-Scot Mike McCurry and his friends and family.
Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn continue their road trip along the east coast of America, finding out about the history of the Irish and Scottish immigrants who defined modern America. Arriving in Lexington, Virginia, they cook for descendants of the Ulster-Scots Lewis family, who settled in the area in the 18th century.
Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn continue their culinary road trip along the east coast of America, uncovering the history of the Irish and Scottish immigrants. The pair arrive in Madison County, North Carolina, where they meet seventh generation Ulster-Scots descendants and prepare local trout in a three-course meal.
Celebrity chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn visit Knoxville, Tennessee, to meet and cook for descendants of the first Ulster-Scots settlers in the area - the Ramseys and the Whites. They call in on a sixth-generation farmer to see some impressive beef and take a trip to a dairy farm to taste some local buttermilk.
Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn visit Williamsburg in Virginia, where they discover some amazing oysters and sample Virginian Ham and the Virginia peanut. Using these ingredients, they prepare a three-course meal for the descendants of Patrick Henry, one of the founding fathers of the United States.
Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn travel to York County in the central region of South Carolina to cook for descendants of the influential Bratton family. They also visit the producer of one of the hottest chilli peppers in the world, get a taste of the Carolina peach and find out about the State's tradition of `slow and low' barbecue.
Chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn visit the Smoky Mountains to meet descendants of Samuel Wear who played a key role in Tennessee history. They visit an exotic vegetable farmer, taste some fruit pies at a farmers' market and go deep into the mountains to get some smoky bacon for their final meal.
Celebrity chefs Paul Rankin and Nick Nairn conclude their culinary journey along the east coast of the US in Virginia, making their way to Staunton to forage for wild edibles. They also visit `alternative farmer' Joel Salatin at Polyface Farms, and tour the Frontier Culture Museum to discover the impact and influence Ulster-Scots settlers had on defining the future of the valley. Last in the series.