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HOW CHEF AND FOOD STYLIST, ROMILLY NEWMAN, WHIPS UP WINTER WARMTH

During the cold winter months, Brooklyn-based chef and food stylist, Romilly Newman, leans into preparing a decadent meal and dressing for a night in.

“I found food when I was ten years old. I grew up with a strong collection of cultural influences, but they never manifested into recipes or cooking. Once I discovered that the kitchen could act as a place of expressions, passion, and creativity, I never left it. I began to spend all my time writing, eating, making, and talking about food. It consumed me in the most delightful way. My mother and grandmother are tremendous hosts and know how to evoke a feeling and time when entertaining. I took what I learned from them and married it with the culinary exploration I had done on my own. Taste applies to not just food, but to all the senses. Down to the clothes you wear, and the environment you wear them in.”

READY TO ENTERTAIN

“For winter, I keep the oven on for hours while meat braises, I light candle sticks everywhere I go, and mull wine for an extra sense of warmth. Think of it as a lucky time. One where dinner turns into drinks, turns into desserts, turns into games. One where friends can make themselves at home and for chocolate cake smudges to be a sign of a bonne fête.”

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COZYING UP AT HOME

“I think it’s important regardless of what time of year, or what is going on around you, to take things for what they are, and learn how to make them suit you.”

“Even when alone, I aim to evoke a sense of festivity in everything I do. Dinner for one can be just as special as for 10. Use your silverware, cloth napkins, and open a good bottle. You yourself are worthy of a decadent celebration.”

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LOOKING AHEAD TO SPRING

“When dressing for spring, I love to slowly incorporate florals and soft tones into my neutral outfit. As done here with the perfect transitional dress and tops. These pieces offer a hint of what’s to bloom, but don’t run there too quickly. I also can’t help but love a red shiny shoe or statement bag.”



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