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It's All Easy: Delicious Weekday Recipes for the Super-Busy Home Cook Hardcover – April 12, 2016
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About the Author
Gwyneth Paltrow is an Oscar winner and author of the New York Times bestselling cookbooks My Father's Daughter and It's All Good. She is founder of the website Goop, which covers food, fashion, fitness and travel. Paltrow is a mother, businesswoman, and actress, who lives in Los Angeles.
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I could see how a Standard American Diet cook would be like “What the what?” I am not like that. I have a spiralizer, a Vitamix, and a Whole Foods down the street. Still there was something about this cookbook that was off-putting about this cookbook.
The contrast between the title “It’s All Easy,” and all of the specialty ingredients I had to hunt down to be able to prepare the meals was irritating. What is Manuka honey? Will regular hone work? I still don’t understand what Pissaladiere Socca is. Saying that this cookbook is easy is insulting to all the home chefs like me who have worked our tail off to be familiar with the unusual recipes that the book includes. A better title would have been “You Can Do It!” or “Fresh Dinners for Busy Moms.”
Some of the recipes I’ve tried have been exceptionally cool, like the homemade insta-noodle pots in mason jars. Other things, like the zucchini leek soup have been more for an adult palate. (My son described that particular soup as tasting like “zucchini and gruel had a baby.”
I’ve noticed other reviewers criticize this book for the multitude of pictures of Gwyneth Paltrow looking effortlessly gorgeous, and strolling around Paris. It’s not Gwyneth’s fault she is so beautiful. If there were twenty pictures of Rachel Ray in this book, nobody would be critiquing her. I do think it would have been better to replace some of those pictures with explanations about the more unusual recipes and ingredients. I’m still not sure what Pissaladiere Socca is.