Check me out on Brooklyn’s very own Heritage Radio. Feast YR Ears host Harry Rosenblum and I chat about cheffing, 9/11, cooking at sea, Minnesota Wild Rice Griddle Cakes, my upcoming book and much more.
People can rebuild from adversity but first they must be inspired to do so; therapeutic cooking gives the self-reliance to do just that. It’s all about creating positive reassurance, good nutrition and optimistic happy feelings.
Slippery Rock University presents chef Franco Lana for a two day inspirational speaker and guest chef event.
Chef Franco Lania exclaimed “Ed I am a 9/11 survivor.” Ed, being an excellent reporter with 25 years experience with NJ’s favorite newspaper The Star Ledger, immediately took out a handheld recording device and our interview took a wild turn.
Grand Diplôme alumna Franco Lania will present a cooking demo in which he will share some of his inspirational recipes as well as enlightening the students about his journey as a chef since graduating from Le Cordon Bleu London.
Join chef Franco Lania as he reveals how to increase energy levels without the highs and lows of caffeine. Hear about the benefits of juicing and learn the holistic approach to a healthier life.
“What commonalities do chefs and operating room professionals have in common?” Only one crystal clear answer arose.
Walk quietly and calmly through your local food store or farmers’ market with the deliberate purpose of keeping yourself tuned into the miracle of it all.
Many chefs say food has changed their lives, but Chef Franco Lania said, “Food saved my life.” How? By cooking therapy, which he travels around the world to promote.