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My Father's Daughter by Gwyneth Paltrow
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Jul 19, 11

really liked it
bookshelves: food, reference

I had no intention of checking this book out from the library, until I saw Gwyneth on the Graham Norton show (which I was watching mostly for Lady Gaga, secondarily for Geoffrey Rush). After she brought forth her vegetarian paella and gushed about brussel sprouts, I figured I'd give it a shot, even if cooking was a just a side project to being famous. My husband laughed and decided I must be "weird" when he realized I was reading this cookbook cover-to-cover. I started making a list of recipes I wanted to save, but I gave up and decided to just buy the book. Truth is, it's more like being famous is a side project to cooking for her family. Besides narrating everything very well, Gwyneth's got a really great collection of delicious food here. Who can argue with that?
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