Franco’s Paella for Nambé Cookware – Cook and Serve event.
Can San Gennaro Save NYC’s Little Italy? Chef Franco Lania hopes feast will unify and bring awareness and an uplift to the old struggling Italian neighborhood.
Follow chef Franco Lania to beautiful Greece! Imagine, a visit to a farmers’ market being the gateway to a flash of clarity full of insightful warmth of a very revivifying nature. Read on!
This watermelon and feta salad recipe is absolutely delicious. Chef Franco puts his personal twist on this traditional Greek recipe with the addition of balsamic vinegar and freshly-squeezed orange juice. This is a summertime recipe that is certain to please.
Gazapacho soup is an Andalusian summertime specialty. Give Franco’s recipe a try with fresh vine ripe late summer tomatoes and you’ll experience a taste of southern Spain in your own home.
Focaccia di Recco is a flat, crisp focaccia that hails from the town of Recco, located in the Ligurian coast of Italy. The focaccia is traditionally filled with Crescenza-Stracchino cheese.
Join chef Franco as he ventures to Riverhead, New York to the North Quarter Bison Farm. Learn about the great resurgence that has taken place for the largest of all land animals in North American. Ironically, the consumption of bison is what has helped this species greatly increase it’s numbers.
“Mastering Italian Classics with Chef Franco Lania” is a Pegler Series Event in conjunction with the Metropolitan Culinary Institute of Omaha. This event will take place Aug. 13, 2013 from 6-9p.m.
Listen to chef Franco Lania for a fun and very informative interview with Tracey Padmore of Radio Centre-Ville (102.3 FM) Montreal, Canada. This interview covers topics such as becoming a chef, writing for The Huffington Post, judging BaconFest in Omaha, surviving the 9-11 Tragedy, Bison Farms, Paula Deen, Scandinavia and much more. Enjoy!