Last week, we learned some very interesting things about It’s All Good, the new “elimination diet” cookbook from GOOP leader Gwyneth Paltrow. Namely, we learned that it eliminates food.
Here’s a quick list of ingredients you won’t be using when cooking like Gwyneth Paltrow: coffee, alcohol, dairy, chicken eggs (more exclusive eggs are fine), sugar, shellfish, deepwater fish, potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, corn, wheat, meat, soy and all processed foods. If this seems a bit draconian (or an obvious symptom of “laughable Hollywood neuroticism“)–you’re right. But nobody said it was easy being Gwyneth Paltrow. Well, maybe they did.
Anyway, the cookbook has been backordered everywhere and Paltrow’s publisher anticipates a big success, which is why we’re extremely pleased to bring you these eight healthful and delicious recipes from It’s All Good–exclusively on The Gloss. Enjoy! More
She was inspired to write the cookbook when Dame Margaret Smith, William Joel and Mario Batali were over for a quiet dinner party and Paltrow was a little loaded from the ’78 Montrachet and accidentally stuffed the poulet de bressewith caviar instead of arranging it on the caviar plate where it belonged HA! HA!
And that’s when she realized she should eat more brown rice and less everything else. More
“Semen is not only nutritious, but it also has a wonderful texture and amazing cooking properties. Like fine wine and cheeses, the taste of semen is complex and dynamic.” More
Can baking ever be “feminist”? More
I’m going to go with yes, but mostly because it looks as though she’s microwaving strawberries and ice cream. – Imgur
What should you buy the book nerd in your life? Not books – they have plenty. How about some of these cute literary accessories and tchotchkes?
Why?? Because it’s simply too cold to go out into the garden, so these are the days when I usually pull out a cookbook and thumb through it. I especially like the Betty Crocker series because they seem to actually … More
Pillsbury Kids Cookbook: Food Fun for Boys and Girls You have no idea how many times I have pulled out a kid’s cookbook to come up with ideas for dinner. Nothing is left to chance… and that’s what I like! … More