Franco Noriega grabs hold of his meat in mouth-watering Paper photoshoot


Franco Noriega has been showing off his impressive meat again.

You probably known the Peruvian chef from his 2016 viral YouTube video in which he taught us all how to make chia pudding in just his boxers – and if you’ve seen it, you’ll know it’s not just the food that got viewers’ mouths watering.

As well as posting revealing videos and sharing his delicacies with viewers, Franco also owns a Peruvian rotisserie chain in New York called Baby Brasa, which we think we’ll be visiting shortly…

Related: Ellen gets a cooking lesson from naked Peruvian chef Franco Noriega

Two years later, and Franco’s still raising our pulses. In a brand new photoshoot for Paper magazine, the hunky chef takes a firm hold of his meat (oh, behave) as he poses for photographer Katie Levine in various forms of undress.

The photos have been given an animated makeover from Portis Wasp – who also features in the new issue of Gay Times – to add a cheeky foodie twist.


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During the accompanying interview with Paper, Franco revealed that he had no idea his bulge was so prominent when filming his infamous cooking video.

“I was clearly shooting in my underwear, but I had no idea that it was so… exposed. If you watch the video, I have no idea what’s going on. I’m really focused on the pudding,” he told the magazine.

Check out a seductive video, aptly titled Food Porn With Franco Noriega, below.

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