"We resisted the pizza recipes."
Now you know, so don't ask.
"She doesn't have very many bad days," the chef says of the GOOP CEO.
A Goop-y Californian pop-up restaurant in London, to be precise.
Leo said red meat was dirty meat, so she quit eating it.
What would you guys even talk about?
Gwyneth Paltrow wonders if you've ever heard of this thing called a lobster roll.
Learn to make Gwynnie's Fabergé- and dodo-egg frittata!
Cookbook besties at last.
There's a stigma attached to the word 'ghostwriter,' and most authors would rather not endure it.
The actress wants the New York 'Times' "Dining" section to know they got it all wrong.
'GQ' isn't into GOOP.
Not a bad life, Paltrow.
Of course the GOOPster would be involved in this.
It's official: Food is EVERYWHERE.