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Inspired by the Food Network, Romilly taught herself how to cook at the age of 10. At 11 Romilly started a food blog called “Little Girl in the Kitchen.” Though writing the blog started as merely a hobby, it soon received a great deal of attention and became a full-time job. The same year she was invited onto the CBS “Early Show” as well as the show “Foodography” on Food Network. She was also a guest on NPR’s radio show “The Takeaway” with John Hockenberry.
In 2012 Romilly spoke at the Swedish American Chamber of Commerce’s “From Farm to Fork” event along with Marcus Samuelsson for the King and Queen of Sweden. Romilly also appeared on the FoodNetwork’s hit show Chopped earlier that year. At 14, Romilly traveled to Morocco which acted as a great source of inspiration. Romilly now prides herself on incorporating Moroccan flavors and concepts in her own cooking and educating others on the art of Middle Eastern cuisine. In 2013 Romilly was written about in New York Magazine as one of the “Teen Chefs With Adult Tastes- and Ambition”
Romilly appeared on the Today Show promoting a Teen Vogue article titled “Generation Foodie” which she was featured in and she spoke at “The New York Times Travel Show” that same year.
She resides in New York City and attends the Food Studies Program at NYU.