Cookbook writer and former New York Instances columnist Alison Roman, who got here beneath hearth after criticizing Chrissy Teigen and Marie Kondo in a May 2020 interview with the New Consumer, will debut a brand new cooking present on CNN.
Referred to as “(Extra Than) A Cooking Present,” the four-episode sequence will observe Roman, 37, as she travels, learns about components and tries recipes.
Roman was presupposed to launch her present on CNN+ earlier this yr, however that platform was scrapped amid a shake-up at Warner Bros. Discovery, the proprietor of HBO, CNN, TLC and different networks. The cut-backs additionally included layoffs at HBO Max and a shelved “Batgirl” movie.
CNN’s battle for survival wasn’t the best-selling writer’s solely impediment; Roman’s now-infamous 2020 remarks about Teigen and Kondo galvanized social media.
“What Chrissy Teigen has finished is so loopy to me,” Roman instructed Shopper in 2020. “She had a profitable cookbook. After which it was like: Growth, line at Goal. Growth, now she has an Instagram web page that has over 1,000,000 followers the place it’s simply, like, folks working a content material farm for her. That horrifies me and it’s not one thing that I ever need to do.”
Concerning Kondo, she stated, “The concept when Marie Kondo decided to capitalize on her fame
After a substantial quantity of backlash, Roman’s Instances column was put on hold, and he or she tweeted an apology to Teigen.
“Being a girl who takes down different ladies is completely not my factor and don’t suppose it’s yours, both (I clearly did not successfully talk that). I hope we are able to meet someday, I believe we’d most likely get alongside,” Roman wrote. On the time, Teigen went public together with her disapproval regarding the Times’ decision, telling her Twitter followers, “I’d like her again.”
Roman lit up the web as soon as extra in 2021 after providing her Boerum Hill condo for hire. This summer season, she shared in her publication particulars of her new residence in the identical neighborhood.
“(Extra Than) A Cooking Present” will premiere on CNN at an unannounced date within the fall.