Paul has the recipe for TV success

Paul Treyvaud: “One ingredient I always like to use is laughter so it will be a bit of fun”

A COLOURFUL Killarney restaurateur has been snapped up by Virgin Media TV for a new cookery show which will be beamed into tens of thousands of homes.

Paul Treyvaud has signed contracts with the station for the six-programme series which will see him preparing and cooking several delightful dishes.

The 30-minute slots, to be called Treyvaud’s Kitchen, have already been filmed at his home in Kenmare and the series is produced and directed by Enda Grace of Dundara Productions and distributed by Tralee-based Brian Hurley of Big Handsome Media.

Treyvaud’s Kitchen will be screened on Virgin Media

“I’ll be concentrating on recipes that everybody can relate to, using ingredients that everyone has immediate access to,” said Paul who runs Treyvaud’s Restaurant in Killarney with his chef brother Mark.

“The focus is on proper cooking methods, proper seasoning and proper techniques and one ingredient I always like to use is laughter so it will be a bit of fun,” he added.

“There is absolutely no chance of using any ingredients that people have never even heard of and they won’t have to go running to the shops to try to find something when they don’t even know what it looks like”.

Paul came to the attention of the Virgin Media producers when he appeared in a number of guest cooking slots on Ireland AM with presenters Mark Cagney and Alan Hughes.

“They got a great reaction to that and they like the fact that what I do it original and it’s Irish. They will promote the new programme extensively on all the Virgin Media channels before the first in the series is broadcast before the summer,” Paul said.

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