Gwyneth Paltrow stops by The Rachael Ray Show to promote her new cookbook My Father's Daughter. Gwyneth and Rachael step into the kitchen and whip up some fried zucchini spaghetti, one of their favorite and simple recipes from the book.
Gwyneth Paltrow showed off her long legs in Aperlai heels and a Vionnet dress at a book signing in NYC this afternoon. She posed for pictures at Williams-Sonoma to promote My Father's Daughter after stopping by a Barnes & Noble to greet fans yesterday. Gwyneth kicked off her press tour with a launch party for the cookbook that brought together her famous friends Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld, Mario Batali, and her husband Chris Martin. Chris quickly returned to the UK, leaving Gwyneth to take care of her duties in the Big Apple, which also included appearances on Live With Regis and Kelly and Good Morning America.
Gwyneth Paltrow stopped by a Barnes & Noble in NYC to promote her new cookbook today. She signed copies of My Father's Daughter for fans after demonstrating her delicious recipes on The Early Show during the morning. Gwyneth started her whirlwind week with a star-studded book launch party on Monday night, and she's since been on the go with an appearance at Good Housekeeping's Shine On Awards, an interview for Good Morning America, and a chat on Live With Regis and Kelly. Gwyneth's bikini-clad Self cover was also just released as part of her press kick, which will continue with another talk show stop with Ellen DeGeneres next week.
Well, it won't be released this year, but there are finally more details on her new book, called My Father's Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness. The 300-page title, which is slated to drop April 13 of next year, is filled with full-color photos, 150 recipes, and stories of growing up with father Bruce Paltrow.
It'll be interesting to see if there's any overlap between Gwyneth's Goop recipes and her recipes in the book. Will you keep your eyes peeled for this cookbook's release?
Publishers Janklow & Nesbit have described the cookbook, entitled My Father's Daughter, as one that "focuses on the importance of togetherness at mealtime, emphasizing that cooking for your family is the ultimate expression of love."
In her tome, the movie star will undoubtedly pay homage to her late father, Bruce Paltrow. Last year, she told Us magazine that she was experimenting with favorite family recipes.
"My dad was an insane pancake maker," she said. "I'm just working on a recipe right now. I'm adapting it to make mine slightly more healthy."
Paltrow abandoned her famously stringent macrobiotic diet when pregnant with daughter Apple, and admitted that she "couldn't look at brown rice. It made me throw up." Last year, the actress starred in a documentary series, Spain . . . On the Road Again, with celebrity chef Mario Batali, and the two traveled the Iberian Peninsula, sampling regional Spanish cuisine. Around the same time, the actress also launched an online lifestyle newsletter, entitled Goop, which includes seasonal recipes and the star's favorite places to dine.
What do you think of the news? Would you pick up a copy of My Father's Daughter to try out some of the actress's original recipes?