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She began her blog Dining In after contributing to a variety of different magazines and press outlets. After growing a large following on her blog, she began to expand by creating video content. Soon after, she received a book deal to include 125 of her own unique recipes.
Alison Roman (born September 1, 1985) is an American cook. She is the author of the cookbooks Dining In, published by Clarkson Potter in Fall 2017, and Nothing Fancy, published in October 2019 and a New York Times Bestseller. She was a senior food editor at Bon Appétit until leaving for Buzzfeed Food. She is a bi-weekly columnist for The New York Times Cooking section. Originally from Los Angeles, she currently lives in Brooklyn.
In May 2020, Roman was criticized on social media for an interview in which she made flippant remarks about the product lines of Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo, both of Asian descent. Critics highlighted the racial undertones in Roman's remarks. Roman later apologized, admitting that her white privilege had played a role in blinding her from the insensitivity of the remarks, as well as influencing her initial reaction when criticized on social media. Roman's New York Times column was subsequently suspended.
Currently, Alison Roman is 35 years, 9 months and 17 days old. Alison Roman will celebrate 36th birthday on a Wednesday 1st of September 2021.
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