Follow chef Franco’s “Excite the Senses” culinary journey on Celebrity Cruises ship the “Silhouette” for her 2012 Transatlantic voyage. FUN!
Roman burgers are different and delicious. The feta cheese that is mixed in with the meat adds a real nice depth of salty flavor to the burger. The saltiness is balanced nicely with the fantastic “Fennel Slaw” that this recipe calls for. “Happy Grilling & Happy Memorial Day!”
There is a technique to making the perfect Carbonara! The use of cream greatly eliminates the need to master the technique. Therefore, in essence, using cream is cheating!
Celebrity Cruise Line proudly presents Chef Franco Lania as their “VIP Guest Chef” on-board the Silhouette. This world cruise leaves from the port of Bayonne, N.J. and heads to Lisbon, Portugal. Stay tuned at www.francolania.com for all updates, recipes, video and pictures from this once in a lifetime sea adventure!
Pumpkin seed crusted rack of lamb. Once you taste this delicious combination of flavors you will want to make this dish long past autumn and pumpkin picking season.
“Jersey Gems with Chef Franco” is pleased to announce it’s first showing on HomeTowne TV on Easter Sunday 2012. This show has an Easter theme where Chef Franco showcases Iselin, New Jersey’s, Oak Tree Road area, also known as “Little India”. The neighborhood is home to a Halal butcher shop where Franco purchases a goat and returns home to prepare a delicious Easter-themed Mediterranean dish. Enjoy!
These are the recipes from my first show. “Easter Goat & Spring Pea Risotto” The delicious goat was bought in Iselin, New Jersey’s “Little India” at the Shalimar Halal Meats and Groceries.
The television show “Jersey Gems” with Chef Franco will bring to the forefront things of a culinary nature that would surprise many when thinking of the State of New Jersey – bringing to life culinary gems and places that New Jerseyans can be proud of.
Kings Cooking Studio welcomes Chef Franco Lania. Chef Franco was the Italian chef for Oceania Cruise Line under the direction of Culinary Director and TV personality Jacques Pepin. Now back in the NJ area, he teaches at the Culinary Art Institute in Jersey City, NJ and is working on his well-anticipated book. Join him for a demonstration of an exciting winter menu created just for Kings.