Alison Roman

recipe developer, author of the cookbooks “Dining In,” and “Nothing Fancy”

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Recipe developer, author of the cookbooks “Dining In,” and “Nothing Fancy.” 

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Alison Roman has a knack for making her recipes go viral, even something as simple as a chickpea stew.

Chef Alison Roman on cooking unfussy food when having people over

Alison Roman has a knack for making her recipes go viral, even something as simple as a chickpea stew.

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