Paul and Nick begin their trip across Canada in Oshawa, Ont., where they learn about car manufacturer R.S. McLaughlin of General Motors Canada and his brother, John, who invented Canada Dry Ginger Ale; the chefs cook at the grand Parkwood Estate.
The chefs learn about the history of Pictou, Nova Scotia, discover wild blueberries and taste donairs, a local favorite.
Chefs Paul and Nick head to Toronto, once nicknamed the Belfast of Canada, and cook for descendants of Ulsterman and department store founder Timothy Eaton.
Paul and Nick visit New Brunswick and cook on an island in the Saint John River; Paul has his first encounter with black walnuts.
In Hamilton, Ont., Paul and Nick visit McMaster University, founded by Ulster Scot William McMaster, and prepare a bespoke meal for the university's president and colleagues; the chefs explore the Niagara Peninsula's culinary wonders.
Chefs Paul and Nick visit Economy, Nova Scotia, where they cook a three-course meal for the descendants of one of the first settlers in the area and explore the Bay of Fundy.
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