I had the distinct pleasure of working at the event with two very talented and highly accredited Tunisian chefs- Rafik Tlatli and Mounir Le Baroque. The best thing about working with chefs from other cultures beside your own, is the great enthusiasm that can be generated through a mutual admiration toward each other’s cuisine.
Carefully-crafted Tunisian olive oils are rich in nutrients. The majority is classified as organic and 80% as Extra Virgin. So Tasty, So Healthy!
Things are heating up this June. We are heading into New York City with the rest of the food world to gear up for the annual Summer Fancy Food Show at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, sponsored by the country of Tunisia.
Learn how to make champignon tourné. These fancy mushrooms are better known as fluted mushrooms in English. Chef Franco will show you how to make a fun design of Stars and Stripes as he shares some fluting tips along the way.
PA LIVE received a WILD warm embrace from chef Franco Lania as he prepared a smörgåsbord from his Minnesota Wild Rice Griddle Cakes. They’re WILDLY delicious!
Watch and see if co-anchor Amy Lutz of FOX43 approves of chef Lania’s Wild Rice Griddle Cake creations!
Chef Franco Lania’s Minnesota Wild Rice Griddle Cakes made their debut on Good Day PA. Take a look at the quick segment. Those Griddle Cakes just keep making friends!
HomeTowne Television and I are hoping that the fun and inspiration of this all will lead you to the Summit Farmer’s market or to the local summertime food markets in your area.
“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!