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If you're familiar with the food industry, you probably know the renowned cook, writer and author Alison Roman. Roman is not just one New York Times Bestselling author for her cookbooks, Nothing special and Eating in, but she is also a columnist and contributor to both The New York Times and Good Appetite. Roman has also gained a loyal gourmet on social media through a number of recipes known on the Internet and formative hashtags such as #TheStew or #TheCookies. What makes Roman's recipes unique? They are considered straightforward and easy to cook, and encourage you to use a wide range of ingredients.
Before Roman became a modern focal point for home cooking, she worked behind the scenes. After starting her career as a confectioner in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Roman helped Christina Tosi start the popular bakery business Milk Bar. During her career as a chef, Roman began to experiment with various recipes that ultimately catapulted her into her new life.
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